Moral Conflict: Love Has No Colour

Moral Conflict: Love Has No Colour


The award winning British film is a drama about a pastor who is struggling to increase the growth of his church based in Hackney, East London a very diverse ethnic community in the United Kingdom, It is then arranged by Pastor Chucks and the church committee to organize an audition to start a gospel choir so that the church will grow unfortunately the few wannabe singers who show up to audition cannot sing!

To make matters worse his mother Tope, arrives from Nigeria in Africa and finds accepting his English wife Denise very difficult to do due to cultural differences.

MORAL CONFLICT is a powerful controversial drama set in the present and mixed with some comedy. The film explores a mixed marriage, morals, love, prejudice and acceptance. It is a film to make us all question are we open to accepting people from other cultures or with disabilities into our lives, churches and organizations. Does God’s love of forgiveness and acceptance really shine through us? As the message of the film is simply ‘LOVE HAS NO COLOUR.’

Dove Review

There are many culture divides in this world that people of all different backgrounds may endure. In this particular movie the filmmakers capture conflicts from many different backgrounds. One pastor is fighting a battle in his church there are financial needs. But that is not his only battle as there is one in his very own family between his mother and his wife, not to mention his children.

This film is set in England and everyone has an accent so the makers have added subtitles for those parts that may be hard to understand. But the important part of this movie is that everyone is part of God’s house no matter what their nationality is, what personal problems they may have or conflicts that happen. In the end forgiveness is the best way and you cannot buy love.

This film, “Moral Conflict: Love Has No Colour”, is awarded the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for ages 12+.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: A woman flirting and making sexual innuendos to pastor; woman talks of being a "lap dancer"; woman offers man money but wants sexual favors for it.
Language: For God Sake-1; My God - 1; many racial comments.
Violence: Young girl throws water into boy's face.
Drugs: A woman drinking brandy in the church and shares it with a man; woman drunk.
Nudity: Cleavage; women dressed sexually.
Other: A woman talks about six children having many fathers; pastor asks children to lie, woman puts betting slip into collection plate; minister talks to wife about finding panties in suitcase; comment about woman's "time of the month"; rude attitudes.


Company: Sunflower Films UK
Director: Maxine Chantel
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 90 min.
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe