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'Meet the Mormons' shows diverse lives, to a point
'Meet the Mormons' shows diverse lives, to a point

Blair Treu, the director of "Meet the Mormons," described his film to the Salt Lake Tribune as a documentary produced by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for nonmembers — a project that started as a visitor center piece for the church's Legacy Center. The film operates under the assumption that the average Joe associates Mormonism more with "Sister Wives" than Mitt Romney, so the film will be an eye-opener only for subscribers to such stereotypes. It profiles six Mormons handpicked to prove its point: the black Bishop Jermaine Sullivan, the Pacific Islander U.S. Naval Academy football coach Ken Niumatalolo, the Costa Rican kick boxer Carolina...

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