Peter Watkins-Hughes, Chris Morris (Producer)

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Duration: 30 minutes

Part of BBC Wales's special series of programmes about homelessness in Wales.

After her mother is killed by a falling jet engine, a teenager's home life is made a living hell by her evil stepmother (Denise Welch) and her odious stepbrother. Running away, the girl ends up in the Loserville Hotel where she finds friendship and danger in equal measure.

The Newport Film School production, which was funded by a grant from the Welsh Government, will be screened at 10pm on BBC 2 Wales on 6th March, as part of a homelessness campaign season running on the BBC. The film will then be distributed throughout all schools in Wales by The Homelessness Network to promote debate and awareness of the issue.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2003


  • film
  • television
  • drama
  • homelessness
  • youth


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