Ben Sharrock

writer and director of “Limbo”

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In the new movie “Limbo,” a young Syrian refugee named Omar is stuck on a Scottish island. He’s separated from his family and hoping to get asylum in Britain.

‘Limbo’ film: Syrian refugee awaits asylum, is stuck between his past and his unknowable future

In the new movie “Limbo,” a young Syrian refugee named Omar is stuck on a Scottish island. He’s separated from his family and hoping to get asylum in Britain.

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