The Daily Mail
“real people, no voice over, no commentary, sometimes simple approaches can often be the most dramatic”
Top 10 TV shows of 2016
“Film maker Mikey Trotters softly spoken take on a very raw and personal subject proves an uplifting Gem of a film.”
Pick of the week
“Tonight’s documentary offered all the inspiration you need to keep reaching for a mug rather than a bottle”
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Production company: Knickerbockerglory TV
All of us know someone with an issue with Alcohol. In this highly acclaimed documentary we followed the life stories of 8 people who have battled with addiction. What made them become an alcoholic and more importantly what helped them get sober.
A professional cellist, too stressed to play on stage without a bottle of vodka disguised as water at her feet;the former Editor of the Sun, too anxious to run Britain’s biggest newspaper without being bolstered by booze; a single mother, drinking through her loneliness and her shame at her failed marriage; a criminal who became alcoholic aged 13, grieving the loss of his mother; a local GP drinking to escape the problems of her patients, and a student counsellor who relapsed just days before filming.