This moving and challenging, Jim Loach 2010, film Oranges And Sunshine [viewed 29 October 2012] addressed the forced emigration of British children from UK to Australia that continued for two decades up to 1970. Many were wrongly told that they had been orphaned, whilst some mothers had been wrongly reassured that their child had been adopted by a loving family, in the UK. When in fact most of the children were institutionalised and used for child labour, with some being sexually abused.

It was shocking to realise that the film was effectively a dramatised documentary of relatively recent events; which were wholly unacceptable.
Despite identifying individuals and places, it seemed to resonate with something my practice in it’s examination of a social ethical issue.