The documentary “Raw Faith” featuring Marilyn Sewell has its theatrical debut this week.
According to Sewell, “We’re opening in NY at the Quad Cinema in Greenwich Village on Friday, June 24, screening all that week. Peter Wiedensmith, the director, and I will be there to do Q&A Friday evening and on Saturday and Sunday screenings.”
About the film:
Raw Faith is an intimate and revealing documentary that follows two years in the private life of Marilyn Sewell, an outspoken and socially progressive Unitarian minister who has re-energized her Portland community.
While serving a community that relies on her for wisdom and advice (on both personal and ethical issues), Marilyn struggles quietly with decisions about her own future. As she seeks to reconcile the commitments of her profession with a longing for intimacy and love, childhood memories of mental illness and alcoholism come back to the surface – and must be dealt with before she can move forward.
As Marilyn’s life unfolds in front of the camera (in real time), she shares her journey with remarkable candor, humor and increasing wisdom, ultimately leading her to an unexpected revelation of faith and love in all of its guises.