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  1. Catherine says:

    I recently watched this film and it was amazing–one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. Is there any way we can purchase the soundtrack? It was one of my personal highlights, but I can’t seem to find it on iTunes or anything similar. Jon Mandabach’s compositions in “Call Me Kuchu” are incredible.

  2. Lydia says:

    I don’t understand why there is not an ‘in memory of David Kato’ page on this site with more information about this amazing man – celebrating his contribution to the cause.

  3. Namrata says:

    Poignant and soul-searing. A laudable effort, for an exceedingly important cause. LGBT rights are essentially synonymous with Human Rights; for are members of the LGBT community not human?
    Please let people like us from the international community, who are concerned and wish to fight for this cause, know what we can do to help.
    — Namrata

  4. Mashal says:

    Beautiful documentary. We all need someone to stand up and speak for our rights.
    And for someone to stand up against all the odds, is just mind blowing and brave! I saw your trailer and I was left speechless! It was breathtaking!

  5. cathy says:

    kindly do not advocate for homosexuality in my country uganda, and also if you are a same sex couple please do not go an extra mile of adopting a kid because what are you going to teach that innocent being , have mercy we do not want our country to be consumed by immorality.

    • Dilcia Filpo says:

      you are really close minded .. you call that immorality? no immorality is killing someone for loving a person .. for people like you our world is how it is!!

  6. Dion Scott says:

    I had wanted to view this film “Call Me Kuchu” when it played at the Los Angeles Film Festival in 2012, however I was unable to see it. I now just viewed the film and enjoyed it throughly. Thanks for showcasing David’s positive attributes and humanizing him, in spite of the detractors, Im grateful I don’t live in a country like Uganda! Very well done thank you…

    Dion Scott

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