Duration: 1 hour
Documentary about the efforts to help 11-year-old Reece, who had been drinking alcohol nearly every other weekend for a year.
While older friends bought the alcohol, Reece saved up his pocket money and was secretly getting drunk in the local park. The film follows Reece and his 15-year-old friend Charlie as they attend the Glaciere Project, a scheme which has helped even the hardest of underage drinkers turn away from the bottle. However, it is a struggle and the temptation to drink is all around, especially in the form of peer pressure.
With 13 people under the age of 16 hospitalised each day in the UK as a result of alcohol misuse, the film gives an intimate and honest portrayal of young people as they reveal the extent of their drinking and the effect it is having on their lives.