It was 18 years ago when Saar, a young Jew, raised in a religious family, had to leave the kibbutz because of his sexual orientation.
He moved to London where he could finally live the life he wanted. When it turned out he was HIV positive, his family had to face yet another challenge. Ever since he was diagnosed with HIV, Saar has craved his family's love, while they struggle with fears and prejudices.
When confronted with his mother, father and siblings, he tries to name and re-work the problem dividing them in order to become part of the community again while continuing to be himself.
Saar and the rest of the London Gay Men's Chorus provide a glorious soundtrack for this documentary about the power of forgiveness and the power that home has, no matter how far we go.
2016 | Berlin International Film Festival | Panorama Audience Award, 2016 | Krakow Film Festival | Audience Award