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Del Shores’ follow-up to “Sordid Lives” revisits Winters, Texas for a showdown between the gradually liberalizing locals and the new fundamentalist preacher in the wake of the Supreme Court’s marriage equality decision.
Tired of the religious zealotry and anti-gay bigotry in their Texas town, sisters Latrell, LaVonda, and Aunt Sissy decide to protest an “Anti-Equality Rally” which aims to forbid any same sex weddings in their county. The colorful characters from the previous “Sordid Lives” decide a wedding is exactly what this small-minded town needs.
Set in Winters, Texas, the name of the genuine rustic town where Shores (“Daddy’s Dyin’: Who’s Got the Will?”) was raised, “A Very Sordid Wedding” keeps on misusing the strain between this moderate, Southern Baptist area and the gay subculture that tenaciously difficulties its suppositions. In the primary “Ignoble Lives,” a closeted young fellow sees turning out to his mom all things considered an unnerving prospect that he counsels 27 distinct advisors in Hollywood before heading back home to do it. In the spin-off, that same man, Ty Williamson (Kirk Geiger), has been visiting the nation with his better half, holding relational unions in 49 states to commend the Supreme Court’s choice to authorize same-sex marriage. Also, his mom, Latrelle (Bonnie Bedelia), has changed with the circumstances, as well, battling the biased people at her nearby church, which is holding a “Hostile to Equality Revival” to gin up help for denying gay marriage in the province. (The region agent, in a non-talking part, looks somewhat like Kim Davis, who got her 15 minutes of acclaim for declining to approve marriage licenses in Rowan County, Ky.)