In This World
- Details: UK / 90 mins / (No Cert).
A tough, abrasive yet extremely timely movie, In This World is an burning examination of the refugee situation, with a strong emphasis on improvisation and realism as the two young men have to bet everything that they will make it to London, while dealing with the fact that most of the people they are encounter on their way are out to betray them. For a movie styled like a documentary, Winterbottom remarkably never appears to be too invasive with his camera, and he certainly doesn't try to direct his actors to adhere to conventional expressions of emotion, which would sell this grim but sharply made and affecting movie short.
Review by Garreth Murphy | 09:00 | Wednesday 18th June 2003 | Movie Review
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