Nowhere Line: Voices from Manus Island

Australia, 2015 (MIFF 2015, Package Short)

Director: Lukas Schrank

Recorded interviews with two men detained on the Manus Island Processing Centre are vividly brought to life with animation, highlighting the personal side of the human rights crisis faced by people seeking asylum in Australia after fleeing persecution.


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