SBS to screen Living With the Enemy
Aug04

SBS to screen Living With the Enemy

LAST UPDATED // Monday, 04 August 2014 11:56 Written by // Cec Busby

The first episode in a series of documentaries, Living With the Enemy, produced by Shine and SBS, will focus on a gay couple that spends ten days living with a conservative Anglican minister who opposes gay marriage.

Gregory and Michael are gay activists and atheists and David is a father of three and an Anglican minister.

The film documents what happens when they become immersed in each other's lives. The couple go to live in the minister’s world for five days then they swap and go to stay in the gay couple’s home.

“Living with the Enemy confronts major issues by bringing together a provocative clash of beliefs, ideologies and personalities that will have audiences shouting at the television”, Tony Iffland, SBS Director of Television, said.
 
“It’s a series that reflects the passion and drama SBS programs are renowned for, by provoking intense public debate on topics that impact all Australians.“

Episode 1 of Living with the Enemy premieres on at 8.30pm Wednesday, September 3 on SBS ONE.

 

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Cec Busby

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Cec Busby is the news editor of SX and GayNewsNetwork.com.au.

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