|Directed by||Jay Gianukos|
|Written by||Jay Gianukos, Susan Barnes|
Unable to legally marry in 2006, Orin Kennedy and Bernardo Puccio celebrate their life together by inviting their closest friends to their "living funeral" where a 12-foot Kennedy-Puccio monument is unveiled.
This all-consuming and symbolic event forces Orin and Bernardo to examine their lives in such a way that all aspects of who they are - both then and now, are revealed. Orin and Bernardo discuss what it was like growing up gay in 1950s and 1960s America and how it presented an extra set of challenges. It was their common quest to find their own identities that brought them both to Los Angeles, and ultimately to each other. After meeting in 1976 they experienced five years of a very tumultuous, on-and-off again relationship.