Cine essay film using found footage, recorded anecdotes, fictional diaries and offcuts from newsreel archive to evoke the 60s in the Black Country, when thousands of illiterate immigrants came to work and build new lives.
The work reached a global audience after being reviewed on the front page of Guardian World for that days most read article, "Britain's Most Racist Election"
“A lovely, tender film that uses archive footage to create a portrait of the lives and struggles of those immigrants from the Indian subcontinent who came to the industrial heartland of England in the 60s and 70s”
Stuart Jeffries, The Guardian
Nominee ‘Derek Jarman Artist Film Award ’ 2017
Screened at numerous festivals and cinemas including Flatpack and Black Country Echoes