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Source: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

A Halifax, Canada architect wants to set the record straight about his former partner’s so-called “conversion” from a gay rights activist to an anti-gay pastor.

In the new Netflix documentary “Michael Lost and Found,” Benjie Nycum visits Michael Glatze at his Wyoming home. The two had a decade-long relationship and together founded the magazine “Young Gay America” before Glatze publicly denounced his homosexuality and became an evangelical pastor.

Glatze’s transformation made headlines, and in 2015 became the subject of a Hollywood film “I Am Michael” starring James Franco.

Nycum, who’s also depicted in the film, couldn’t stomach the script when he read it. So he set out to make a film of his own.

The 19-minute documentary is now available on Netflix.

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