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  At the age of 21, Saar Maoz is kicked out of his Kibbutz for not being 'religious'.

Cutting all ties with his family, Saar flees to London and embraces the freedoms of London life in the 90s. Then one day the highs of his new-found freedom come crashing down around him. With no family of his own, Saar seeks solace in the arms of the London Gay Men’s Chorus. Suddenly life has a new meaning.

After 17 years Saar reaches out to his conservative Israeli family in an attempt to reconcile. Now his parents are coming to visit...

Who's Gonna Love Me Now? isn't Saar Maoz's singular journey, it is a monumental trek undertaken by his entire family. Available on DVD: May 29.
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