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Film Screening: Who's Gonna Love Me Now?

Film Screening: Who's Gonna Love Me Now? 

8 December 2017

To mark International Human Rights Day, the Consulate General of the Netherlands in Hong Kong and China Women’s Film Festival have the pleasure to invite you to the film screening of “Who’s Gonna Love me Now” on Friday 8 December. This film from Israel is a captivating story about LGBT-rights, discrimination, tradition and religion, and acceptance.

Who's Gonna Love Me Now?

Time: 19:00 doors open for drinks & networking, 20:00 film screening

Venue: Office of China Women's Film Festival, 2717, Shui On Centre, 6-8 Harbour Road, Wan Chai

RSVP: - on or before Tuesday, 5 December 2017. First come, first served; feel free to invite friends.


Who’s Gonna Love Me Now?

Barak Heymann & Tomer Heymann | Documentary, 2016, 86 min

Israel, United Kingdom | Spoken languages: English, Hebrew | Subtitles: English


Saar Maoz grew up on a kibbutz in Israel. When members of his family found out about his sexual preference for men, they ostracized him and he left for London. There, he found work and a partner, and he was able to live in freedom. But he also discovered that he was HIV-positive, and his world collapsed. After almost 20 years of living abroad, he finds the strength to face his family again, with the support of his friends from the London Gay Men’s Chorus. Saar struggles with his family’s prejudices about him, but at the same time he wants to make peace with his past and return to his home country. In this sensitive documentary, we watch how a broken man tries to heal old wounds and overcome prejudice and fear. Accompanied by a poignant soundtrack courtesy of the London Gay Men’s Chorus, Saar faces his family with disarming honesty.


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