Go Back to Where You Came From (2011– )

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Whether we like it or not, Australia has an image problem overseas, and theres one country that has a poorer view of Australians than any other... See full synopsis »

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Six ordinary Australians take a refugee journey in reverse.


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27 June 2011 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

"Go Back to Where You Came From" is an excellent three hour series which does an amazing job of exposing the humanity behind the plight of refugees. Immigration and refugee policy is a political and social issue which is frequently oversimplified and misunderstood, with xenophobia and ignorance often prevailing over facts. By documenting six Australians with varying views on the subject being intimately exposed to the hardships experienced by refugees, the subject is explored from a personal and emotional level. Often confronting and frequently heart-wrenching, it should be mandatory viewing for any individual who bears no compassion for refugees. At the end of his journey, one of the six Australians concludes: "People say it's not good to let emotions get involved in decisions, but, I think that's life. Life's built on emotions." I agree.


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