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Terrific film, realistic and informative, and dramatic without being overly dramatic.
We hear every day (in Europe at least) of illegal immigrants 'flooding the country' but we know almost nothing about them.
The journey is grueling and harrowing and makes the refugee camp look like another form of paradise.
A touching and moving film about the blight of refugees - just as relevant today as when it was filmed. A must see!Published 7 months ago by Ellen of Studio City, CA
Be warned; don't watch this film with a strong moral view regarding immigration legal or otherwise this is simply the story of what many go through in order to reach the west. Read morePublished on July 3, 2007 by Gogol
I feel that the words "gripping documentary film" is inacurate for two reasons. I would not quite call it a documentary, as it is all reinactment, and, secondly, I think "gripping"... Read morePublished on April 9, 2007 by B. W.
Terrific film, realistic and informative, and dramatic without being overly dramatic. Shot like a documentary, and usually with the slower pace of a documentary, too. Read morePublished on September 28, 2005 by sparky
I watched this movie with a lump in my throat. While I can understand how to some people, this film may have lacked some background information, to me, it was just perfect. Read morePublished on August 20, 2005 by Rouba El-Ali
This movie is powerful and shot in such a way that it feels real. This movie gives us the perspective of two Afghan refugees who want to get from Pakistan to London, and reveals... Read morePublished on August 16, 2005 by Mohammad Mojaddidy
This is a fascinating film and well worth watching.
The human smuggling drama unfolds steadily with a few good plot twists, as the 2 main characters trek across two... Read more
Motivated by a news story about 58 Chinese immigrants found suffocated in a container at Dover, In This World by Michael Winterbottom is a passionate tribute to the nearly one... Read morePublished on November 25, 2004 by Howard Schumann