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The marriage equality film, ‘Married and Counting’ comes to New York!

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On April 26, gay couple Pat Dwyer and Stephen Mosher will have been together for 27 years. The date also marks the New York screening of their documentary “Married and Counting,” at Quad Cinema. The film, which is also narrated by the gay, “Star Trek” actor, George Takei, follows the charming couple as they get married in every state they legally can in protest of Marriage Equality laws and homophobia. To read more about the movie (and see a lovely slide show of all eight of the couple’s weddings) check out our feature here.

If you’d like to buy tickets to the tear-jerking and funny-bone-tickling documentary, tickets and dates are available at the movie’s official website.

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