Lambert: The Australian Dream (2017)

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"Lambert" is the portrayal of the now 24 years old boy who can finally feel at home amongst new friends in Australia. After 12 years in a Tanzanian refugee camp, a long migration process ... See full summary »



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21 December 2017 | cb-00870
Government and media need to watch this story on positive refugees
We all hear of the stories about the Refugees that do not want to assimilate and the terrorists that come in to our countries, Lambert shows that good people do come in and do assimilate into the local community as legitimate refugees. Lambert shows that he is honest, he is hard working and he wants to be part of the local community rather than trying to make the local community like his homeland. Perhaps the governments from viewing this, can work out some sort of strategy to help decent people like Lambert transition more easily into their new communities and ensure the people that are coming do want to assimilate into the local communities wherever they are in the world. Living together can work, but as shown here it takes both the local community and the new member to make things work.

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Release Date:

9 July 2017

Language

English


Country of Origin

Australia

Filming Locations

Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

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Budget:

AUD 500 (estimated)

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