Every refugee… every person seeking asylum…
has a story to tell.

San Francisco Film Festival World Premiere

WORLD PREMIERE

Tel Aviv International LGBT Film Festival

AUDIENCE AWARD
FOR DOCUMENTARY FEATURE

OutFest Los Angeles Selection

GRAND JURY PRIZE
BEST DOCUMENTARY

Frameline Selection
Unity Center Film Festival
 

An engrossing study and empathetic look at the particular struggles of U.S. immigration in the new millennium.

— Dennis Harvey, Variety Magazine

Invites compassion rather than imposing it.

— Scott Stiffler, Los Angeles Blade

Gripping!

— Bay Area Reporter

Moving. Poignant. Puts a human face on the intense plights that refugees endure.

This film raises many complicated issues.

— Michael Krasny, FORUM, KQED Radio (NPR)

This is an amazing film! Shows us how little we know about the refugee experience.

See this film!

— Rose Aguilar, KALW Radio (NPR)

Shepard works magic by enrolling viewers in a cause people don’t necessarily identify with or even like.

— KQED Television (PBS)

Unsettling. Brilliant and gorgeous.

Reveals the untold stories of LGBT refugees and asylum seekers.

— Cat Brooks, KPFA Radio

Stirring and timely.

— Jessica Zack , San Francisco Chronicle

It’s as powerful and poignant as it is informing and hopeful.

— Randy Myers, San Jose Mercury News