Men and women, born between the wars. They have nothing in common except their homosexuality, and their decision to live openly at a time when society rejected them. They've loved, struggled, desired, made love. Today they tell us about their pioneering lives, and how they navigated the desire to remain ordinary with the need to liberate themselves in order to thrive. They were fearless. From director Sebastian Lifshitz, this affecting documentary premiered at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival and is a touching and tender portrayal of liberation for a generation old and new.