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Antonia Bird 's latest project is this visceral two-hour drama portraying the harsh realities of life in a drug-rehabilitation centre, as seen through the eyes of a petty criminal. Its subject matter and uncompromising style mean this film is particularly given to strong language, scenes of drug abuse and depictions of sex which some might find disturbing.
In the first part, Adam Bishop adapts to a new routine as tensions among his fellow residents begin to spiral. Then a visit to central London throws their fight with addiction into stark relief. Concludes after Newsnight.
Written by Rona Munro ; Producers Ruth Caleb and Antonia Bird Videoplus code for 9.00-11.50pm (non-PDC)


Unknown: Antonia Bird
Written By: Rona Munro
Producers: Ruth Caleb
Adam: Daniel Mays
Tommy: Gary Lewis
Rosemary: Caroline Paterson
Dean: Andrew Tiernan
Powell: Richard Harrington
Danny: Marcel McCalla
Sam: Katy Cavanagh
Susie: Kate Hardie
Lydia: Ania Sowinski
Sonya: Lorraine Stanley
LaShay: Tamisha Jackson
Casey: Freddie Cunliffe
Tim: Peter Lovstrom
Andy: Lee Oakes
Naz: Ray Panthaki
Philip: Paul Popplewell
Cutlass: Vas Blackwood
Sarah: Leona Ekembie
Adam's mother: Cheryl Hall
Lloyd: Spencer Hudson
Marco: Jesus Uungueras
Young Adam: Tj Schooling

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