Celebrated actress Vanessa Redgrave makes her directorial debut with this moving documentary, an impassioned plea for compassion and common-sense policy in the face of the ongoing European migrant crisis. Redgrave takes the long view, reflecting on her own experience as an internally displaced person as a young child escaping the London Blitz during WWII, as well as looking to the works of Shakespeare for guidance, as she interviews people stranded in the Calais refugee camps of northern France. Featuring Emma Thompson, Ralph Fiennes, Redgrave's daughter Joely Richardson, niece Jemma Redgrave and the eloquent former Labor MP Lord Dubs, himself a WWII refugee from Czechoslovakia, rescued by Kindertransport. DIR Vanessa Redgrave; PROD Carlo Nero. UK, 2017, color/b&w, 74 min. In English. NOT RATED

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74 Minutes
Documentary - biography

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