Directed by Diako Yazdani • Documentary • 2020 • 88 minutes
Diako Yazdani, an Iranian Kurd and political refugee in France, goes to Iraq with Kojin, a 23-year-old gay friend. He confronts - with a great sense of humor - his devout family, friends and other members of the Kurdish community with their prejudices on homosexuality. He draws the portrait of a society where homosexuality seems not to exist. It also forces us to look at this as a mirror of how we deal with minorities.