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LOST NATION - A Documentary About Poverty in London - by The Red Room

Published on 01 Nov 2019 / In Poverty

Based on interviews with real people, Lost Nation is a gritty documentary about poverty in London. About Londoners battling against the odds, overcoming the challenges and pressures of society, who resist being 'pushed through the cracks' and a Government who brand them skivers and shirkers.

Features Academy Award winner and former actress, Glenda Jackson, MP (from 32:16 Mins).

Directed by Topher Campbell.

The Lost Nation Documentary was part of 2013's Lost Nation theatre production - a collection of stories about poverty.

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