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Title Last chance / a film by Paul Émile d'Entremont ; produced by Murielle Rioux-Poirier, Maryse Chapdelaine
Published Montreal, QC : National Film Board of Canada, 2012
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Description 1 online resource (streaming video file) (85 minutes)
Summary Last Chance by Paul Emile d'Entremont travels the world to tell the stories of five asylum seekers who flee their native countries to escape homophobic violence. Here in Canada, they face hurdles integrating into society and fear deportation. As they anxiously await a decision in their refugee claims, they remain hopeful their adopted land will show mercy. The five men and women are not alone in their fight for freedom. Friends, lawyers and support groups mobilize to get their cases heard at a time when Canada's tradition of openness is coming under threat. Last Chance gives voice to sexual minorities who refuse to deny their core identity. It brings to light the reality of people who boldly and bravely assert their differences against all odds
Notes Title from resource description page (viewed March 14, 2016)
In English
Subject Gays -- Social conditions.
Gays -- Violence against.
Refugees -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Canada.
Sexual minorities -- Civil rights.
Genre/Form Documentary films.
Video recordings.
Form Streaming video
Author Chapdelaine, Maryse, producer
D'Entremont, Paul Emile, 1966- director
Rioux-Poirier, Murielle, producer
National Film Board of Canada, production company
Other Titles Dernière chance