Time for another endorsement...
Last night, Brother 2 treated Dirtbag and me to a movie. We went to see New York Doll. This film is an absolute must-see. It details the life of Arthur "Killer" Kane, who was a band member of The New York Dolls in the 1970s. The band enjoyed success for a very short period of time and broke up. In the 80s, Arthur Kane found an ad for the Book of Mormon and thought that he'd request a free copy. Only he didn't know that they don't send it, they bring it. So he took the discussions, read the Book of Mormon, and described his answer to Moroni's promise as "a trip. An LSD trip from God."
The documentary details his life after his conversion, talks about his work in the geneology library, and includes interviews with his precious and adorable coworkers there and interviews with his home teacher and bishop. It then talks about his last hurrah---a reunion concert that Morrisey put together where Brother Kane was able to live out his dream of getting back together with the band.
The whole documentary is sweet, hilarious, and moving. Enjoy it when you have the chance!
(Click here to see the trailer or the first eight minutes of the show.)