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Inside Outside Lydia's Head (2003)

Lydia, a traumatised refugee, has fled to London from Bosnia. Unfortunately, her brother is a war criminal on the run. Men who are after him track her down to get him to come out of hiding.

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Credited cast:
Natasha Milkovich ...
Lydia
Tom Bushe ...
Duke
Brett James ...
Johhny
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Zoltan
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Stefan (as Richard G. Lyntton)
John O'Byrne ...
Father Ignatius
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jonathan Clarkson ...
Geek
Jonathon Dawes ...
Orlando
Pilar De Rubio ...
Female Refugee 2
Christian Egerton-Kemp ...
Boy Refugee
Jon Egerton-Kemp ...
Yugoslavian Soldier 2
Dave Evans ...
Soldier 1
Joshua Forrest-Finlay ...
Duke's Child 1
Lili Forrest-Finlay ...
Duke's Child 2
Freya Foster ...
Duke's Wife, Sniper Victim 1
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Lydia, a traumatised refugee, has fled to London from Bosnia. Unfortunately, her brother is a war criminal on the run. Men who are after him track her down to get him to come out of hiding.

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6 March 2003 (USA)  »

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Valentine 99
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Written by Simon Foster and Richard Thompson
Performed by 3rd Generation
Courtesy of Volume 124
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Surprisingly good - though a bit disturbing.
17 December 2003 | by (UK) – See all my reviews

I saw this by accident so it's not what I normally go for: an arthouse film about a refugee with some disturbing imagery. It looked like it was shot for 0 pence, yet seemed more effective and real for it. The story was original and although some of the acting was a bit dodgy here and there the lead actress was pretty amazing in showing the torment that she felt. It also showed the total lack of understanding of people in general to refugees and what they have gone through. I'll never look at another toilet cleaner or windscreen washer in the same way again. I hate to say this, but I was moved.


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