“Marriage of Inconvenience” by Jin Rho starts with Irene, the mother, touching the cross at her neck at the kitchen table. Her son, Paul, brings her an invitation to the civil marriage ceremony with his boyfriend, Silas. Irene tries to persuade Paul that he does not have to get married right away. The movie changes scenes to a conversation between Irene and her husband, a pastor. He asks Irene to come with him to a protest against gay marriages.

In front of the City Hall, Irene watches her husban...

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