Worth Waiting For
Film historian (and champion of outside-the-mainstream) Jack Stevenson claimed Wetzel Whitaker as the "unsung genius of Mormon educational filmmaking" and, in WORTH WAITING FOR, you can see why. Of the assorted Latter-Day Saints filmmakers, Whitaker has a unique handle on the moral difficulties confronting the young. As you can guess from the title, the theme here is that there is no need to rush in to things. Wait. There is time.