A documentary focusing on the repressive nature of the mormon community, especially that of the "edited film" business. While it provides a semi-biased opinion, the makers try to create an emotional reaction from their audience, which some could construe as unethical, yet important. Films such as "Cleanflix" are important not only because do they show the hypocrisies of our time, but also ask us what we can do.
A wonderful study in copyright law, repression, selective morality, and the craft of film making itself. The revelations about Daniel Thompson though true and unfortunately essential to the telling of the story, do cloud the issue to a degree and allow for easy vilification where there were other issues I would have loved to have seen explored and other voices heard. Pity there isn't a Cleanflix version for my mom.