Thiedeman’s ‘Sacred Hearts, Holy Souls’ appeals to all audiences

Sacred Hearts, Holy SoulsA Catholic all-boys boarding school is an unlikely place for a red-haired, gay teenager to find unbridled acceptance, especially if he’s being bullied.

Mark Thiedeman’s short art-house film, “Sacred Hearts, Holy Souls,” is a coming-of-age film that uses the opposing themes of pain and joy, religion and sex, bullying and personal freedom to illustrate that struggle is often the birthplace of true freedom. It’s the heart that matters.


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