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In the feature documentary The Wrong Light, a charismatic activist leads a globally-regarded NGO that provides shelter and education for girls rescued from brothels in Northern Thailand. But as the filmmakers meet the girls and their families, discrepancies begin to emerge and the story takes an unexpected turn.

Dave Adams, Josie Swantek

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Monday, 11 May 2020 23:44

The Wrong Light (2008) * (out of 4) David Lipski and Tony Yacenda, the stars of the feature film adaptation of the book by Graham Greene, tell their own stories from the perspective of their characters, who are living in the 1960's. Lipski, the writer, takes us through his own life, as he travels from one extreme to the other, from the Old World to the New. He tells the story of the change in his life, as his view of the world changes from being a fan of the Beatles to being an anti-war activist, who was once a fan of the Civil Rights movement. Yacenda, the actor, takes us through the life of a writer who goes from being a fan of The Beatles to an anti-war activist, who was once a fan of the Civil Rights movement. They both tell their stories and both give us their own take on the events of the past. Lipski and Yacenda are both very good in their own right. They're both great storytellers, and it's great to see how they tell their stories from their own point of view. As for the rest of the cast, they're all great in their own rights. Christopher Plummer is a great actor, as are Ed Harris, Rupert Everett, and Richard Benjamin. For me, I think the biggest surprise in this film is actor David Oyelowo. The guy is always great in everything he does, and this is no different. His performance is very good, and he has a great way of telling his story. It's also great to see him get the chance to take on a different role. I think his performance was a little too much for him, but then again, this was a very good performance. He's a really good actor. The performances of the rest of the cast are good as well. This film is a good film that's a good addition to the growing film library of David Lipski. He's an underrated director, and I think he's one of the best out there right now. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone.

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