Loading... Please wait...
  • Image 1

'Molly and Mobarak': A Subversive Act

SKU: 00145-ASE33
    Joan Robinson interviews Tom Zubrycki, the director of 'Molly and Mobarak', who believes that the process of humanising someone can be a political act - and that once you can identify with someone, you start to gain insight into and awareness of wider issues. 'Molly and Mobarak' is Tom's contribution to the refugee/asylum seeker debate in Australia. The film tells the story of Mobarak, an Afghan refugee from the Hazara ethnic minority, and his relationships with Molly and her mother Lyn, two residents of Young where Mobarak works in the abattoir while waiting on the outcome of his permanent visa application.

    This product hasn't received any reviews yet. Be the first to review this product!

    Write your own product review

    View Cart Go To Checkout