Short film produced and directed by Naomi Raiselle, documenting the first three years of Equal Marriage in Massachusetts.
The film offers an intimate glimpse into the weddings of three couples, including the first gay couple to be married in Boston at the Arlington Street Church. Set against the backdrop of an intense political struggle in Massachusetts,
Legal at Last is a personal commentary on Equal Marriage by a middle aged woman, married to a man, living in Boston.
Raiselle sees marriage as a profound social and spiritual journey that no adult should be denied. She looks ahead to the day that no one will be denied the civil right to marry.
Raiselle is available to speak on the subject of Equal Marriage at screenings.
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