This catchy title is not about living in Colorado where pot is legal.
The Stoning of Soraya M. is a movie about a story of an Islamic woman who is stoned to death as the penalty for adultery, despite her innocence. It was naturally painful physically for her to be pelted with hard stones until her injuries were fatal, but the emotional pain must have been even greater because her sons, her husband, and her father threw the first stones. She died knowing they had turned on her. Rather than protecting her, they joined in. They even led the way. They followed protocol.
You might identify with Soraya if you have had the experience of your own family punishing you unjustly rather than supporting you and protecting you.
It is painful when a stranger or enemy attacks you, but much more painful when the stones are thrown by family members whom you believed loved you.
Poor Soraya watched the rocks coming toward her, knowing who threw them and knowing that they intended to harm her.
The stone cold hard truth is that this does not feel like love. It does not look like love. It is not love.