Inspired by true events; a woman escaping a cult, a refugee fleeing with his family, a father trapped in a dead-end job, and a bureaucrat on the verge of a national scandal find their lives intertwined in an immigration detention centre.
Margot makes an important discovery that leads her to believe Sofie is imprisoned at Barton. Clare cuts a deal with Ameer that will change his and Mina's futures. Cam faces the repercussions of his ...
Tensions run high as Clare struggles to keep control of Barton. Sofie's mental health deteriorates as the memory of what Gordon did to her is resurrected. Ameer's lies come undone, putting his visa ...
Series centring on four strangers in an immigration detention centre in the Australian desert. They are an airline hostess escaping a suburban cult, an Afghan refugee fleeing persecution, a young Australian father escaping a dead-end job and a bureaucrat caught-up in a national scandal. When their lives intersect they are pushed to the brink of sanity, yet unlikely and profound emotional connections are made amongst the group. Inspired by real events, the series intertwines gripping and devastating personal stories revealing a system struggling with the irreconcilable contradictions of border protection.
Based on the real life story of Cornelia Rau, an Australian woman who joined the cult KENJA (founded by Ken Dyers and Jan Hamilton as a "self help group"), and was detained for 10 months in a woman's prison and then in one of Australia's immigration detention camps (Baxter immigration center). See more »
Powerful and Important
Incredible performances and heart breaking story. As an Australian living overseas this is so important for the world to see how Australia treats its refugees. People do not know how lucky they are just to be born in a certain country and have so many comforts that are so easy when compared to those in third World war stricken countries. We take it for granted. Stays with you long after watching!
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