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An insightful and disparaging drama around the immigration system and lives of those involved with it.
I loved this film - engaging and insightful. A real pleasure.
A very TV feel movie but with some great performances from unknown actors. Its about the cases of immigrant teens and how they fight to stay in the Uk rather than return to their dire lives at home. Important and interesting and nice to see Toby Jones in yet another amazing role. Some tales are heartbreaking
A very touching and thought-provoking movie that is stuck in my mind for days after I saw it. A need to see.
A powerful film about the resilience of our youth and the tragic circumstances that we force them into, even when we are supposedly saving them. Brilliant performances by Noof Ousellam and Masieh Zarrien.