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Undocument (2017)

Undocument bears witness to four journeys of love and loss, immigration and identity across three continents as one cinematic journey.

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Credited cast:
Julia Krynke ... Laura
Nabil Elouahabi ... Sami
Molly Jones Molly Jones ... Alexia
Umit Ulgen Umit Ulgen ... Leimis
Fiona Whitelaw ... Immigration Officer
Sam Hafez Sam Hafez ... Akbar
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chiraz Aich ... Nabila
Ako Ali Ako Ali ... Ramzi
Maggie Daniels ... Mrs. Broda
Maryam Davari Maryam Davari ... Leila
Phelim Kelly ... Security Officer Kelly
Amer Patel ... Mr. Patel
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Undocument bears witness to four journeys of love and loss, immigration and identity across three continents as one cinematic journey.

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Iran | Jordan | UK

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31 January 2020 (UK) See more »

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