Ali is not a citizen. He drives a taxi using another man’s license and relies on the GPS to negotiate his way around a city he doesn’t know. His passenger, Esther is an old woman who can’t remember where she is going. She is angry because she has been stripped of everything that is familiar to her and she doesn't recognise the world anymore. They travel through the night in search of a vague destination while surveillance cameras mark their journey, coldly omitting the human element, defining who belongs and who does not, who is safe and who is not. What they have in common is their damage – she can’t remember and he can’t forget.
Cast: Imelda Bourke, Ali Al Jenabi
Director: Madeleine Blackwell
"In the face of all the world’s heartlessness and the pitiless technology which would put human existence under surveillance and deny its will to live, Madeleine Blackwell and her crew have delivered a powerful response." FILM REVIEW
"It's Stunning" MAT KESTING, ADELAIDE FILM FESTIVAL DIRECTOR
"Imelda Bourke the singer, in her film debut at the age of 92 and she is fantastic ...It's a glorious film" PETER GOERS, ABC RN
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