The grim lives of the migrants cornered in Calais

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Sylvain George spent three years shooting his documentary Qu'ils reposent en révolte (Let Them Lie in Revolt), beginning in 2007. It follows different migrants in their daily and miserable routine of seeking food, shelter and medical assistance, and above all a clandestine passage across (or in the tunnel under) the 35 kilometres of sea that separate France from Britain.