The Good Lie

Beautifully showcasing how an unexpected external circumstance can turn your life upside down. A handful of Sudanese siblings and friends walk thousands of miles to get to a refugee camp after their families are brutally murdered. Years later they are given an opportunity to migrate to the US. Once they arrive you can clearly see the prejudices the white world has at first sight. Never judge a book by its cover holds true as ever in this case. If you spend time reading even a single chapter of their lives you’ll understand what they are made of and what sacrifices they have and will make. (8/10)

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