The advocate for a young Iranian refugee held in detention. Amir Ali claims to be an Iranian student persecuted by the government but the Department of Immigration dispute his identity. ...
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'Journey' follows the story of a disparate group of people fleeing their homelands in search of a better life. Drawn from Iraq, Iran, Pakistan and Afghanistan, they travel overland, by air and by sea with the dream of reaching Australia.
After a "white lie" which spirals out of control, a neurotic, naive and musically gifted Muslim cleric's eldest son must follow through with an arranged marriage, except he is madly in love with an Australian born-Lebanese girl.
FLOW delves into the lives of a conventional modern family and shows things are not as they seem. Stephen and Julia's marriage is lacking intimacy and teetering on the brink. Anything could tip it over the edge, when a letter arrives.
The advocate for a young Iranian refugee held in detention. Amir Ali claims to be an Iranian student persecuted by the government but the Department of Immigration dispute his identity. When Julia meets Amir, he is severely depressed and close to deportation. Julia throws herself obsessively into Amir's case, causing friction between Julia and her husband, Peter. Julia eventually frees Amir and the young Iranian man moves in with Peter and Julia. As Julia helps Amir adjust to ordinary life, she finds herself increasingly attracted to this handsome, damaged young man. But she also starts to see the subtle cracks in Amir's story. Is he really who he claims he is? Or does he have a darker, more dangerous history?Written by
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