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January 16, 2012

“I melt the glass with my forehead”: a film about £9,000 tuition fees, how we got them, and what to do about it

 

This is the complete unedited video of the documentary film “I melt the glass with my forehead”: a film about £9,000 tuition fees, how we got them, and what to do about it  

Directed and Produced by Joanna Callaghan and Martin McQuillan (Heraclitus Pictures, 2012)

 

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Very good movie and also interesting for those of us outside of the UK who left when things got worse (and now work in countries where similar mistakes like the UK tuition system are starting to be discussed...).

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