For some members of the gay men’s choir Vox Rosa from The Hague, their arrangement of the song 50 Ways To Leave Your Mother is more than symbolic. Behind the infectious passion with which they try to master their repertory, painful stories lie hidden of rejection and ignorance. An older generation looks back at the struggle they had to go through when revealing their proclivity. Meanwhile, the choir members prepare for the performance where motherhood in all its facets will be sung of. Made within the scope of Doc25.
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