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Director  Blair Treu
Producer  Jeff Roberts
Language  English
7.2/10 IMDb

Genre  Documentary
Music director  Sam Cardon
Country  United States
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Release date  October 10, 2014 (2014-10-10)
Cast  Jermaine Sullivan (The Bishop), Ken Niumatalolo (The Coach), Carolina Muñoz Marin (The Fighter), Bishnu Adhikari (The Humanitarian), Gail Halvorsen (The Candy Bomber), Dawn Armstrong (The Missionary Mom)
Similar movies  Exodus: Gods and Kings, The Matrix Reloaded, The Matrix Revolutions, Bruce Almighty, Life of Pi, The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian
Tagline  Six ordinary individuals. Six extraordinary stories.

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Meet the Mormons is a 2014 American documentary film directed by Blair Treu and produced by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). The film documents the lives of six devout Mormons living in the United States, Costa Rica, and Nepal. The LDS Church donated all net proceeds from the theatrical release of the film to the American Red Cross.


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The film was originally designed for viewing in the Legacy Theater in the Joseph Smith Memorial Building in Salt Lake City, but after screenings with test audiences, LDS Church leadership decided to release the film first in theaters across the United States. According to Jeffrey R. Holland, the film is "not a proselytizing effort but informative" and is an "opportunity to share who Mormons really are". The film is financed and distributed by the LDS Church, a first for the church. It is shot in documentary format and will be translated into 10 languages.

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American singer-songwriter and actor David Archuleta sang the track "Glorious" for the film.

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The film features Jermaine Sullivan, "The Bishop", and his family. Sullivan is an African-American who is an academic counselor at the University of Phoenix. He was bishop of a ward in Atlanta, Georgia when the film was made, and now serves as a stake president. The film also covers Sullivan's wife and children. Darius Gray was among the associates of Sullivan interviewed.

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"The Coach", Ken Niumatalolo, head football coach at the United States Naval Academy.

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"The Fighter", Carolina Muñoz Marin, an MMA fighter from Costa Rica who had a chance to go pro international, but she and her husband decided it would separate their family too much.

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"The Humanitarian", Bishnu Adhikari, a man from Nepal, with a degree in engineering who is the country director for Choice Humanitarian in Nepal. The organization works to improve the living situation in rural parts of Nepal.

"The Candy Bomber", Gail Halvorsen, the United States Air Force pilot best known as the "Berlin Candy Bomber" who dropped candy to children during the Berlin airlift from 1948 to 1949.

"The Missionary Mom", Dawn Armstrong, her story is chronicled from the birth of a son when she was a teenager, abandonment by his biological father, meeting her current husband - who had both her oldest son and her deceased next oldest son sealed to him when they were married in the temple, to her oldest son leaving to serve as a mission.


Meet the Mormons was released on October 10, 2014, in the United States by Purdie Distribution and Excel Entertainment. The LDS Church donated all net proceeds from the theatrical release of film to the American Red Cross. Beginning January 2015, the LDS Church began showing the film in all of its visitors' centers and historical sites.

Theme song

The theme song from the documentary was "Glorious" written originally written and recorded by Stephanie Mabey. It is found in her album Wake Up Dreaming released on August 1, 2012.

For the film version, the song was sung by David Archuleta, a finalist in season 7 of American Idol. The Archuleta version was released as a single in English language accompanied by a music video. An alternative Spanish version as "Glorioso" was also released again sung by Archuleta.


Review aggregate website Rotten Tomatoes gave the film a rating of 11% based on 9 reviews, with an average rating of 5.2 out of 10. Metacritic reported a score of 29/100 from published reviews, indicating "generally unfavorable reviews".

The film has been criticized as propaganda. Critics felt the documentary lacked information about Mormon history, its tenets, and its controversies. Producer Jeff Roberts responded to these reviews saying, "Most reviewers wanted the movie to be controversial, but we wanted to tell stories about those who make up our base." Some reviewers praised the movie for its "slick" cinematography.

The film grossed $2,509,808 in its opening weekend, placing it outside the top 10. As of October 2015, it is listed 34th in revenue-producing documentary films.


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