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Three Chords and a Lie

Country: USA, Language: English, 56 mins

  • Director: Trent Atkinson
  • Writer: Trent Atkinson

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A decade after being ostracized for coming out to his strict, Southern Baptist family, rising country star Brandon Stansell is going home. This is his journey back: to Chattanooga where he grew up and learned to love country music; to the family he's been estranged from for ten years; and to the people and places that fuel so much of the beauty, and pain in his songs. Coincidentally, these songs have seen him begin to make his mark in an industry that is famously resistant to LGBTQ artists. We follow him as he takes an album of new material on the road where, in an act of healing and reconciliation, he invites his family to hear him perform for the very first time. The only question that remains is - will they come?


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Cast & Characters

Ryan Aceto
Cody Alan
Steve Boysen
Ty Brown
Jessica Christt
Phreadom Bastion Dimas
Shelly Fairchild
Erik Halbig
Jeffrey James
Melody Martinez
Indigo McAlister
Andrea Y. Mobley
Kent Parham
Brandon Stansell
Pam Stansell