GUN HILL ROAD

Transsexual Pedophilia 101

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Release Date: August 05, 2011

Starring: Isiah Whitlock Jr., Judy
Reyes, Esai Morales, Harmony
Santana, Robery Prescott,
Granky G., Miriam Colon,
Vincent Laresca, Tyrone Brown

Genre: Drama

Audience: Adults

Rating: R

Runtime: 89 minutes

Distributor: Motion Film Group

Director: Rashaad Ernesto Green

Executive Producer: Ron Simons, Fotis Georgiadis

Producer: Ron Simons, Michelle-Anne M.
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Writer: Rashaad Ernesto Green

Address Comments To:

Fotis Georgiadis, President, Motion Film Group
c/o Costell & Cornelius Attys
1299 Ocean Avenue, Suite 400
Santa Monica, CA 90401
Phone: (310) 458-5959; Fax: (310) 458-7959
Website: www.motionfilmgroup.com; Email: fotis@motionfilmgroup.com

Content:

(RoRoRo, PCPCPC, HoHoHo, PaPaPa, C, FRFRFR, LLL, VV, SSS, NNN, A, DD, MMM) Very strong Romantic, politically correct homosexual worldview with very strong pagan behavior as plot revolves around a ex-convict father learning to accept his 17-year-old son’s homosexual and transsexual lifestyle, mild Catholic elements such as people making the sign of the crucifix on themselves and one character prays although no characters act in a biblical or moral manner, so there’s a spirit of antinomianism or lawlessness; 90 obscenities, five profanities; strong violence includes prison fight where man stabs another prisoner in the foot with a pencil, father pins down his transsexual son and cuts off his long hair, robbery at gunpoint, ex-con assaults, bludgeons and almost kills another ex-con in an alleyway after it’s revealed that the other ex-con sodomized/raped the man when they were in prison together; obscenely excessive sexual content includes graphic sexual dialogue amongst teenager, unmarried homosexual kissing and groping between underage teenagers, depicted sodomy with an underage teenager, implied homosexual oral sex, married kissing, depicted married sex, adulterous kissing, implied adulterous fornication, depicted oral sex between a transsexual teenage boy and a prostitute that the boy’s father paid for in order to convince the boy that he is not gay, depicted manual groping between teenager and prostitute, and teenage boy is a cross-dresser; brief extreme nudity includes brief shot of a textbook photo of female genitalia and teenage boy’s pubic hair is shown, plus upper male nudity in several scenes, rear male nudity, female cleavage, and a salacious scene of teenage boy cross-dressing; some beer and wine use; cigarette smoking throughout and teenage boy takes estrogen pills to prepare for a sex change some day in the future; and, lying, disrespect to parents, theft, armed robbery, revenge, bullying, and no redeeming aspects whatsoever.

Summary:

GUN HILL ROAD is about an ex-con who returns home to the Bronx, only to find out his wife is having trouble letting go of the lover she’s had while he was away and his teenage son is engaged in a homosexual lifestyle and wants to get a sex change operation. GUN HILL ROAD is a perverse, politically correct homosexual indoctrination movie with extremely explicit and obscene lewd content.

Review:

GUN HILL ROAD is a perverse, homosexual indoctrination movie that blatantly violates the ethical lines of teenage sexuality. It tells the story of an ex-con who returns home after three years in prison to find his 17-year-old son is a cross-dressing transsexual actively pursuing an immoral, promiscuous lifestyle.

After three years in the state penitentiary, Enrique returns home to find that life in his home in the Bronx has definitely changed. His wife, Angela, has been having an affair with another man. Enrique doesn’t blame her, though. In his words, she “did what she had to do” while he was locked up. Even though she promises to cut it off now that Enrique is back home, her emotional ties with her lover prove to be harder to sever than she first thought.

Also, Enrique’s teenage son, Michael, is struggling with his sexual identity, preferring to cross-dress and assume the personality of “Vanessa” rather than playing baseball and hanging out with his dad. Enrique emotionally struggles with Michael’s lifestyle. He’s repulsed by his son’s sexual behavior because of a sexual assault that happened to him while he was in prison.

Amid all these emotional hardships, Enrique must also balance his new job as well as keeping his parole officer happy while fighting to stay away from the friends and the lifestyle that put him into prison in the first place.

GUN HILL ROAD is a tragic family tale. While the movie has some excellent, artistic performances – especially Esai Morales as Enrique, the father torn between the life he once knew and the new reality he faces – the movie’s plot is off-putting and obscene. The movie twists the teenager-and-dad-don’t-see-eye-to-eye tale and adds a blatant indoctrination of homosexual and transsexual propaganda. Ultimately, Enrique is emotionally forced to accept his son’s transformation, if he wishes to keep his family together, which a tragic family situation, indeed.

The movie has an obscene amount of graphic, explicit sexual content (see content section) that mostly centers around teenage sexual behavior with depicted behavior that should be considered, at best, pedophilia. While the actor playing Michael is over 18, the story and behavior centers around a minor, which should be condemned by audiences and parents alike. Instead, the movie has garnered a lot of critical acclaim, mostly from liberal film festivals, for its strong portrayal of acceptance of homosexual and transsexual behavior.

Apparently, however, left-wing, pro-homosexual filmmakers like those behind GUN HILL ROAD aren’t content merely to promote their bizarre, lamebrain and loony immoral worldviews. They also want to destroy all sense of decency, decorum and taste with the most outrageous and explicit R-rated content.

No matter how unpopular the current liberal landscape of our culture may view it, the Bible clearly speaks against both the practice and acceptance of homosexual behavior and activity. Scripture writes, in both the Old and the New Testaments, of the dangers inherent in this type of promiscuous lifestyle. More and more, the mass media of entertainment is promoting abhorrent behavior; and more and more, the mass media of entertainment is painting those who do not accept this abhorrent behavior as bigots and hypocrites.

Media-wise Christians should not be fooled by the messages of our current culture, nor should they indulge in senseless propaganda like GUN HILL ROAD. It’s not bigoted or hypocritical to promote entertainment that uplifts family values and doesn’t degrade them, and that highlights strong father figures instead of destroying them.

In Brief:

GUN HILL ROAD opens on Enrique, who returns home to his home in the Bronx after three years in prison. Enrique’s wife, Angela, is having an affair with another man. Enrique doesn’t blame her, but her promises to break off the affair prove to be harder than she first thought. Also, his teenage son, Michael, is struggling with his sexual identity, preferring to cross-dress and assume the personality of “Vanessa” than play baseball or hang out with his father. Enrique has to deal with these problems while working at his new job, keeping his parole officer happy, and avoiding the criminal friends and lifestyle that put him into prison in the first place.

GUN HILL ROAD is a perverse homosexual indoctrination movie. It’s been acclaimed by godless leftists. Naturally, because of its politically correct, left-wing, homosexual worldview and Non-Christian values, it also contains extreme foul language, sex and nudity. This shows again that left-wing, pro-homosexual filmmakers like those behind GUN HILL ROAD aren’t content merely to promote their immoral worldviews. They also want to destroy all sense of decency, decorum and taste with the most outrageous, explicit, obscene R-rated content.