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Persecuted in Palestine and called criminals in Israel because of their illegal immigration status, gay Palestinians are the silent victims of this conflict in the Middle East. Louie has been hiding in Tel Aviv for 10 years, Abdu was tortured and accused of espionage for his relationships with gay Israelis, and Louis was almost killed by his family. Wherever they go they live in fear of discovery.
The Invisible Men is a powerful documentary that sheds light on the suffering of a relatively unnoticed segment of the Palestinian population. Gay men must fear for their lives in their own country, while, in exile, they long for their families and their homeland. Their stories and their inner conflicts evoke powerful emotions, and highlight the paradox of the subjects' ability to be themselves only in the heart of "the enemy's" land.
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