Three teen boys who left prophet Warren Jeffs' polygamous Fundamentalist LDS compound along the Utah-Arizona border describe life there---and are seen trying to help female family members escape from it. Filmmakers Tyler Measom and Jennilyn Merten also track the boys' difficult adjustment to nearby St. George, Utah. They're undereducated and fearful, but free. That's not so for many FLDS women. As Jeffs himself is heard saying: "A woman's duty is to bless her husband every moment of her life."
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