Ballot Measure 9

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Ballot Measure 9
Directed by Heather Lyn Macdonald
Produced by Heather Lyn Macdonald
Music by Julian Dylan Russell
Cinematography Ellen Hansen
Edited by Heather Lyn Macdonald & BB Jorissen
Distributed by Sovereign Distribution
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Running time
72 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Ballot Measure 9 is a 1995 documentary film directed and produced by Heather Lyn Macdonald. The film examines the cultural and political battle that took place in 1992 over Oregon Ballot Measure 9, a citizen's initiative proposition that would have declared homosexuality "abnormal, wrong, unnatural, and perverse."


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