It may be just a small drop in a big bucket, but when it comes to rewriting the history books to include the lives and achievements of gay men and women, Jeff Dupre's hourlong documentary is still a great start. The film tells the almost unbelievable story of Kelli
Peterson, a 17-year-old Utah high-school student who, in 1996, found herself the center of a heated imbroglio when she tried to establish a Gay-Straight Alliance in her school. School-board protests landed the case in the lap of the Utah State Legislature, and Kelli was suddenly national
front-page news. It's a fascinating, infuriating and ultimately enlightening story, but Dupre takes it a step further ...