Inspired by a real-life refugee rehabilitation programme, this is a warm-hearted feel-good comedy. When a refugee and his family are given an allotment garden, some of the longstanding residents are upset. But eventually they bond over the joys of gardening and then to fight the common cause of an invading mobile phone company. Inspired by a real-life refugee rehabilitation programme, this is a warm-hearted feel-good comedy.
This screenign is part of "Remaking Home", a free one day festival celebrating and exploring how refugees and asylum seekers remake homes in distant lands. With films, discussions, talks, children’s workshops, poetry and book readings, music, food and drink.