A hardened immigration officer decides the fate of a dangerous asylum seeker.
"An immigration officer enters the room carrying two cups of tea. His colleague Wendy (Game of Thrones’s Lena Headey) is in the middle of an interview with a detained migrant."
"Here is a well-meaning and honestly acted drama from screenwriter Helen Kingston and director Anthony Woodley about migrants seeking asylum in the UK. But it feels glib, programmatic and contrived, particularly the ending, and almost at times like a bien-pensant image of how things are behind the uncaring newspaper headlines."