I just heard about a documentary set to air on Global TV on Saturday, April 12 at 7pm. Cure For Love is a new film about the "ex-gay" religious movement. The film profiles two couples: one couple has “renounced” their sexuality and is apparently happily married and another couple has ceased questioning their gayness and accepted it.
Cure For Love was co-produced by Earth to Sky Pictures Inc. and the National Film Board of Canada. For more info, check out an interview with filmmaker Christina Willings on the NFB website.
Personally, I don't believe that it's possible to turn gay people straight, or vice versa. Our sexual orientation is inborn and, I believe, part of God's design for humanity (and the sooner mainstream religions accept this reality, the better). Based on my research over the years, it seems that the only homosexuals who claim they have been "cured" are those also still employed by such ex-gay ministries or churches. Nevertheless, Cure should make for interesting viewing.
Another excellent documentary worth checking out is 'For the Bible Tells Me So' by director Daniel G. Karslake. I posted about it earlier this year. It's now available on DVD.