Barak and Tomer Heymann direct this documentary following 39-year-old Saar, who is living in London when he discovers he is HIV positive. In light of his diagnosis, Saar travels to his native Israel seeking reconciliation and forgiveness from his family who refused to accept Saar after he came out as homosexual years earlier. Though he lives a quiet and peaceful life in London, kept healthy by medication and happy by his involvement with the London Gay Men's Chorus, his time back in Israel is less comfortable. He is constantly met with concerns about his sexuality, his condition and whether or not his young nephews and nieces are safe in his vicinity. But Saar hopes nonetheless that his family can reconcile themselves with his sexuality and his illness.