Les Invisibles

Dokus
Queer
| 115 min
French
| English German Dutch

They’ve loved, struggled, desired. Today, these queer men and women, born between the wars, tell us about their pioneering lives, and how they liberated themselves in order to thrive. In this César-winning documentary, French director and screenwriter Sébastien Lifshitz (ADOLESCENTES) speaks with older gay women and men who came out in rural France. Away from the metropolises, sexual liberation was less a collective movement than a personal journey. "It's a rather unusual look at a life often lived with difficulty, compromise and loneliness, but ultimately with a joyful sense of self-discovery that is inspiring and perhaps even combative in equal measure." (Hollywood Reporter)