A dark comedy depicting the misadventures of a layabout who lands in the employ of an immigration detention centre, Below is both a conduit for cathartic politicised humour and a commentary on Australia's regressive asylum policies. At the same time, that the film's absurd premise finds levity in brutality with real-world resonance raises questions about audience, intention and responsibility, writes Mel Campbell.
Ryan Corr, darknet, darkweb, refugee, social-justice drama, human rights
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