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Immigration is a prickly issue in British politics, but it's all too rare for a human face to be put on the debate. This documentary corrects that omission by telling the story of two Burmese families as they relocate from a Thai refugee camp to their new homes in Sheffield. How do British people keep warm? And do they have keyboards? All these questions and more are answered in a film that's as entertaining as it is enlightening.
A tough, original and absorbing movie about immigration and building a new life.
14+ years 94 mins
Vivid, tragi-comic tale about a young Bangladeshi woman who settles in London, trapped in a loveless arranged marriage and isolated in a new country.
14+ years 97 mins
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For Refugee Week, find out how you can use film to help young people understand the wider contexts of current issues.
Reading time 3 mins
A film list that explores how interpretation and translation are represented in film.
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