Linda Bloodworth Thomason, the director of Bridegroom, believes the film is winning hearts and minds on the issue of marriage equality.

Bridegroom documents the lives of Shane Bitney Crone and Tom Bridegroom, who met in 2005 and vowed to marry one day, if it became legal.

While Shane's family completely accepted the couple, Tom's family refused to accept that he was gay.

Two years ago, Tom died in a tragic accident and Shane was threatened and banned from the funeral by Tom's family.

Bridegroom is [a] really great film to show people exactly what it is they have been opposing,” Thomason (Designing Women) said Thursday on CBS' The Talk. “I've never seen a social issue change so quickly. There are millions of people ready to tip and this is the love story that I think will tip them, because what you see is there's no difference between gay love and love.” (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

Bridegroom is out on DVD now.