Last Resort

Last Resort
Last Resort




73 minutes




English / Russian

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Tanya and her small son Artyom travel to England from eastern Europe to start a new life with Tanya's British fiance - but when they arrive at the airport he's not there. Hurt and confused, Tanya claims asylum - and is sent to a bleak, joyless place called Stonehaven with food vouchers and instructions to wait until a decision is reached on her case. Friendless and jobless, the only person who shows her kindness is Archie, the man who runs the local arcade. At various points in its story, Last Resort is sad, funny and touching - but it's always a honest and compelling look at the problems facing asylum seekers in modern Britain.

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This film has a couple of uses of strong bad language

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