Short trailer (3 minutes):

Teaser trailer (7 minutes):


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1 07 2007
Jack Smit

I cannot think of another documentary in this area that’s more suitable to be viewed by people who may know hardly anything to nothing about Australia’s detention policies for asylum seekers. For most of the cast, the visit to a detention centre is their first ever, and their comments reflect the struggle with coming to grips what we are doing as a nation.

There is a unspoken ‘lightness of being’ amongst the vision, between the sentences and it is that, which compels the viewers to identify with the central characters of the movie. This is a must-see at colleges, schools, community groups and even in mainstream cinemas. Thanks Jess, you’ve given something very important to our country.

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