The film exposes the flaws in the asylum system in Britain and brings to light the emotional dilemmas of those who work within it, as well as those who enter it seeking safety and the status of ‘leave to remain’ here.
Night Moves is not an in-depth study of an environmental project, rather the film raises (but does not answer) questions about the motivation and integrity of activists.
Mark Dowd argues that warnings against sustaining current levels of greenhouse gas emissions must be taken seriously by Christians. What would a truly Christian theology of creation look like?
Andrea Kelly reflects on the work of the centre in East London that bears the name of the Chilean Jesuit saint.
Director: Tina Gharavi
Starring: Micsha Sadeghi, Shiraz Haq, Christian Coulson
UK Release date: 17 June 2013
Certificate: 15 (93 mins)
'Under magnification [of Romero's trousers] it became clear that [there] were salt crystals - the residue of a sudden and profuse sweat... One cannot but think of the Garden of Gethsemane.'
Do our penal practices contribute to the common good, or do we need to think more carefully about our response to crime?
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