‘Politicians are wrecking generations of lives’ Vanessa Redgrave speaks on refugee crisis

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‘Politicians are wrecking generations of lives’ Vanessa Redgrave speaks on refugee crisis

The Oscar winning actress Vanessa Redgrave's documentary on the on-going refugee crisis is set to screened in the capital.

 

Sea Sorrow takes us through the plight of those forced from their homelands, with a mix of stories past and present, interviews and drama.

 

The film was directed by Vanessa, and produced by her son Carlo Nero.

 

Sea Sorrow will be screened at the Odeon Cinema in Convent Garden, Upper Shaftsbury street, Thursday, 17th of January, at 6.30.

 

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