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Release Date: January 01, 1970

Starring: Monica Bell, Malindi Fickle, Ellen McLaughlin, Babriella Messina, Olivia Negron, Stacey Nelkin, Carol Schneider, & Andrea Weber

Genre: Drama

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Rating: Unrated by MPAA

Runtime: 107 minutes

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(HoHoHo, Ab, Pc, LL, SSS, NN, A) Homosexual, lesbian, anti-biblical, politically correct, liberal treatment of homosexuality; 9 obscenities, 2 profanities & 11 vulgarities; sexual innuendo & graphic lesbian sex scenes; full frontal female nudity; and, alcohol consumption

Summary:

EVERYTHING RELATIVE is relentless in its mission to portray lesbianism as a politically correct alternative lifestyle where all participants are a sisterhood and the word "family" takes on a new definition that is contrary to God's expressed will in Scripture. From a production standpoint, the film is of low quality, particularly in script and direction. From a content standpoint, it is a sexually graphic, anti-biblical, homosexual diatribe to be avoided.

Review:

EVERYTHING RELATIVE begins at a ceremony for the baby born to a lesbian couple through artificial insemination. This is the event that precipitates a reunion of seven female college friends (six lesbians and a token heterosexual) for a weekend in a cabin by a lake. Each of the characters has her personal tragedies, lost loves and grievances to express and, in turn, be forgiven or comforted, but there is no underlying conflict that drives the story, such as it is. Once the wheels are put in motion, the conclusion is totally predictable. We know who will match up as lovers, and the resultant graphic sex scenes make the film unacceptable viewing. The film would have garnered an NC-17 rating had it gone to the MPAA.

EVERYTHING RELATIVE is relentless in its mission to portray lesbianism as a politically correct alternative lifestyle where all participants are a sisterhood and the word "family" takes on a new definition, but is God who defines what relationship ought to be. It was He who established the standard for proper sexual relationships, and it is the world that rebels against God's expressed will. From a production standpoint, the film is of low quality, particularly in script and direction. From a content standpoint, it is a sexually graphic, anti-biblical, homosexual diatribe to be avoided.

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