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Out Magazine
January 2006

FILM
MISSIONARY POSITION

Chad Allen: teen heartthrob, actor, producer, gay activist ...missionary man? Set in the 1950s, End of the Spear is based on the true story of a group of missionaries in the jungles of Ecuador who try to "civilize" an indigenous tribe. When the father (Allen) is killed by one of the tribesmen, his son (also Allen, in a dual role) not only forgives the man for killing his father but eventually takes him into his own family.

"The message of the film is that there is a power in forgiveness," Allen observes. "You can call it the power of love, if that is your understanding. You can call it the power of God, if that is your understanding. But I believe there is a power we can make use of that can transform and make miracles:"

Allen, who tours the country with gay outreach programs, is also a partner (along with Christopher Racster and Queer as Folk's Robert Gant) in Mythgarden, a production company he hopes will show LGBT people in a positive light.

"There are so many good stories that want to be told, and we just want to make good movies with and for gay people," says Allen, who is going back into production with a new Donald Strachey mystery for Here TV in which he plays the titular gay detective. "We want to tell stories that highlight historical events and also illustrate what it really means to be gay."

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