Anna Llewellyn's First Cut film follows an vicar as he shares a very personal secret with his congregation: in case you didn't twig from the title, he is gay. Father Ray is a warm, gregarious sort who has been leading his central London parish for three years. He clearly has a calling and has transformed his parish, building a community in central London, where many struggle with feelings of anonymity. Ray and the parishioners have had their ups and downs but have built a warm and loving church. Now Ray is prepared to jeopardise all his work for the truth. He has decided that in order to be a good minister he must be honest with his parish. But admitting homosexuality as a vicar is not straightforward. Ray knows his news is unlikely to be welcomed by an Anglican Church that projects an ambivalent view of homosexuality, and challenging to some of his more conservative parishioners.