The touching documentary follows Saar Maoz, who returns home for the first time since being thrown out by his family twenty years earlier for coming out as gay and HIV-positive.
“I thought I would be disappointing them if they knew I was gay.”
“I realized how important it was in this day and age to be visible and have people know who you are.”
“I told [my family] the whole tragedy of my life, and then they understood.”
"As a fashion icon, I can't tell u about everybody else's closet, I can only tell u about mine, and it's time I've come out."
"I'd like to be more open about myself to help others that struggle with the same issues."
“To those who do come out and make that brave act, you're saving lives.”