P.O.V., Public Television's award winning non-fiction film series presents The Smith Family
THE SMITH FAMILY By Tasha Oldham
June 25, 2002 at 10pm (Check your local listings.)
The Smiths of Salt Lake City may have America’s most common surname, but their story is anything but ordinary. With two boys, a dog, a nice house and a strong commitment to the Mormon Church, Steve and Kim Smith believed they had achieved the American dream. But after nine years of marriage, shattering revelations of betrayal came—enough to test the strongest bonds of faith and love. When Steve confessed to infidelities with men, and they both find they are HIV+, Kim makes an unlikely choice. THE SMITH FAMILY is a searing account of one family’s struggle to preserve family and faith, while redefining forgiveness in the face of daunting tragedy.
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