85min Documentary Film
Khaled was born Iraqi but raised in the Netherlands by his journalist father. At 18, he travelled to Baghdad to visit his sick mother, and ended up working as an interpreter for the Coalition Forces. As insurgent violence escalated, he tried to leave but his Dutch papers were not in order. Khaled was suddenly someone to be feared and treated inhumanely: he spends the next ten years as a refugee travelling the world trying to find sanctuary.
WORLD PREMIER 2019 Sydney Film Festival
Directed by Kaye Harrison
Produced by Greer Simpkin and David Jowsey
Music by Caitlin Yeo
Music Editor and Additional Music by Andrew Scott