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The Immigration Judge by Pekel, Misja

The Immigration Judge is the first documentary that gives an insight in a Dutch Immigration Court. Three judges are followed in the courtroom and their offices which are unaccessible for public. They share their thoughts, personal experiences and dilemma's, thereby showing what it means to decide daily over the future of people's lives.
Director
Pekel, Misja
Copyright Holder
Beeld voor Beeld
Duration
46 min.
Year of release
2008
Language
English, Dutch
Country of production
153

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