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Welcome to Paradise by Poutte, Manuel

From a refugee camp to a small american town, the film depicts the destiny of a somali couple, candidate to asylum. Portrait of their waiting, exile and integration, the film questions the sacrifices consented for a «better life», as well as the values of our occidental world in regard of work, so as the US Patriot act.
Director
Poutte, Manuel
Producer
UniversCine
Duration
90 min.
Year of release
2008
Language
French, Somalian

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