Superb cast. The depictions were fair, I believe. This was a time when Christianity became a part of a pop culture. Tammy Faye is given w well balanced characterization. I stayed away from watching the show, in those days, because it made me uncomfortable, as a Christian, but I could see, in later years, Tammy Faye's heart for loving people, and representing God's love to all. The movie deals with the human-nature of the Bakkers, in action and excess, as well as the motivations of other players who moved the mix of politics with the church. This is a fair account of that un-holy pairing, for anyone who wonders where the headwaters are. It's about Tammy Faye. My favorite scene is the young guys mocking her at the apartment, and she tells them, it's ok, buy you need to meet me first. Classic Tammy Faye. May she rest in peace.