This was a great documentary, from top to bottom. It's clear, clean, honest, fair, and uplifting. I would recommend it to anyone.
FASCINATINGLY!!! --- I also believe that it shows the weak spot in the otherwise hard and resilient armor of the leadership of the Mormon church. Generally speaking, the leadership will act without remorse, cutting and slashing, offending and distancing, whomever necessary so long as it does not create a significant disruption in the hearthstone of Mormonism - the 15-25-year-olds of Utah Valley. Adults are already decided (they're committed or not) and children are not yet imminently consequential as they'll believe what they're taught. The demographic that's deciding are the 15-25-year-olds, and the highest concentration of this demographic is Utah Valley. Most people think of Salt Lake City when thinking of Mormonism, but anyone attending one of the fun and fantastic LGBT festivals and other celebrations in SLC will quickly see otherwise. The hidden stronghold is Utah Valley - more particularly, the 15-25-year-olds of Utah Valley.
ASTOUNDINGLY - this guy from Imagine Dragons has managed to do that. Sadly (or maybe not) he'll likely get excommunicated in time, especially after his fame wanes, but this documentary shows (while briefly) the Mormon version of Smog's missing scale! ...the youth of Utah Valley.