Streaming this movie costs 10 euros (about $16-17). Proceeds will be split between the director and RAC.

You have until Friday 23 October to pay and up to one week after that to watch it.

Stream by clicking here.

About the film: Two strangers are making a movie about one of the most terrifying refuges detention centres in Papua New Guinea.

Arash Kamali Sarvestani is living in the Netherlands. He is a filmmaker and a house husband. Behrouz Boochani is a journalist and a former detainee at Manus detention centre in PNG who is now in New Zealand.

Their relationship is based on Whatsapp voice messages. This film follows their lives around the time they were making the movie “Chauka, please tell us the time”.