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Never Come Back (2011)

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Never Come Back tells the story of the Roma (or 'Gypsy) community in Canada. Characters include Tibor Lukacs, from the Czech Republic, who founded a mostly-Roma soccer team in Hamilton, ... See full summary »

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Never Come Back tells the story of the Roma (or 'Gypsy) community in Canada. Characters include Tibor Lukacs, from the Czech Republic, who founded a mostly-Roma soccer team in Hamilton, Ontario; and Tamas Banya, a folk musician from Budapest, who is still seeking refugee status in Canada. After accepting many Roma refugees from central Europe, Canada shifted course and now refuses most Roma who claim they have fled persecution and violence. The film travels to Hungary and the Czech Republic to test the Canadian government's current claim that these are democratic countries that respect and protect Roma human rights. We meet Bela Radics, a Roma man who was sent back to Hungary from Canada,who has a message for Roma still in Canada: Never come back! Written by Anonymous

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sad story that everyone should hear
21 October 2011 | by See all my reviews

There is some harsh discrimination happening in modern democracies across Europe, some of it directed at the Roma people (sometimes referred to as Gypsies), a subgroup of the Romani culture.

This film tells a sad story about the real struggles faced by Europe's largest minority group.

The government of Canada recently overturned its decision to allow Roma to apply for refugee status. Apparently the government of Canada does not thing the Roma people are not being discriminated against. This film sets out to see if that is the truth.

Fortunately, some Roma people have made comfortable lives in Canada. You will meet some of them.


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