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English / Polish
This politically charged film from the great, one-man British film-making institution Ken Loach, looks at the problem of illegal and semi-illegal migrant labourers in Britain from a fresh angle. Here the focus is not on the employees but on an employer, the apparently sympathetic Ange (Kierston Wareing) whose new job running her own employment agency soon leads her to exploit the very people that she set out to help.
A sad, funny and honest film about the problems facing asylum seekers in modern Britain.
14+ years 73 mins
Documentary about immigration, focused on two Burmese families who relocate to Sheffield from a Thai refugee camp.
11+ years 90 mins
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