In support of Refugee Week Belfast based Lamb Films have taken the time to put a spin on the Morgan Spurlock documentary Supersize Me to highlight the financial difficulties of the refugee. Some asylum seekers survived on a Red Cross donation of £10 per month.
Destitute Size Me takes two citizens of Belfast and has then survive (or not) for the week on the same amount of money most people drop at the concession stand at their local cinema.
Here is Lamb Films' first instalment of Destitute Size Me.
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