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04/29/2013 01:28 pm ET | Updated Feb 02, 2016

'I Do' Film Tackles Gay Marriage And Immigration Issues (VIDEO)

"I Do" tackles the topic of marriage equality alongside the struggle binational couples face when it comes to immigration rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in the United States.

With America awaiting the Supreme Court's decision on the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and California's Prop 8, it goes without saying that marriage equality is a hot topic of discussion and the film is a moving examination of the tough choices LGBT people are regularly forced to make.

Directed by Glenn Gaylord and written by David W. Ross, the film is set in New York City and highlights a British gay man (Ross) working as an assistant photographer. After suffering the loss of his brother (Grant Bowler) and being required to help raise his niece -- not to mention falling in love and then having his work visa denied -- he comes to a crossroads and has to make an enormous life-changing decision.

The film, which also stars Alicia Witt, Jamie-Lynn Sigler and Maurice Compte, hits theaters on May 31. Check out the exclusive trailer above. For more info, head here.

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