With splashes of humour, this dark and disturbing British drama explores themes of drug addiction, urban poverty and squalor in "culturally rich" Edinburgh, and other contemporary subjects of social relevance.
Raw and brutally real, this socially relevant tale revolves around a group of disaffected Scottish youth, who turn to heroin in the hopes of escaping the banalities of modern-day existence. Then, they begin to suffer the consequences and discover that there are no easy solutions to the inherent loneliness and pain of life.
Did you know?
Before he took up screenwriting, John Hodge was a doctor and had to frequently deal with heroin addicts. Some of his experiences have been worked into the script. One such example is the junkies stealing a television set from an old folk's home. Read More