Return of the Prodigal Son Documentary, Hear what mainstream media won't talk about; Must see film for Transgenders and parents of transgenders. Does God make mistakes? Does he confuse gender at birth? HOUSTON, July 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Return of The Prodigal's Son Documentary: quite possibly one of the most controversial films of the decade, a must see film for anyone contemplating sexual re-assignment surgery (SRS); highly recommended for parents of transgenders or anyone interested in hearing the "non-politically correct view" of Transgenderism.
Return of The Prodigal's Son Documentary is a full length motion picture (111 minutes) that explores the faith base belief that gets transgenders through such a life changing ordeal; up close interviews, straight up street talk with the public; A movie that takes a hard look at the science, psychological, medical and spiritual aspects of the phenomenon that seems to be sweeping through the heart, mind and soul of humanity.
A documentary film that introduces "brother K.K. Hofeling" as a post-operative, male-female transgender, "who is currently in the process of trying to revert back to his original birth gender of male; A transgender who believes that all sexual perversion are spiritual in nature and spring forth from what he says the Holy Bible calls "generational curses" (Exodus 34:7, Numbers 14:8 and Deuteronomy 5:9 of the Holy Bible). Is brother K.K. Hofeling delusional? Is he right or, is he wrong? That's for you to decide.
This documentary is available on Amazon.com and/or, can be streamed at Vimeo on Demand at http://vimeo.com/ondemand/3497
Buy the book that inspired the film: "Transsexual Transformed by the Power of God," at Amazon.com.
SOURCE Toccata Films LLC
A service of YellowBrix, Inc.
Most Popular Stories
- Homeowners More Satisfied With Mortgage Servicers
- House Shelves Immigration Bill, Goes on Vacation
- Ford Tremor: Easy to Park, Hard to Pay For
- What Hamas and Israel Hope to Gain in Gaza
- MassMutual Teams Up With ALPFA
- Notorious RBG Tells All in Couric Interview
- Why Samsung Shares Plunged in the April-June Quarter
- U.S. Consumer Spending Rose 0.4 Percent in June
- House GOP Leaders Abandon Immigrant Bill
- NASA Plans to Make Oxygen on Mars