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Some of you may felt that Sunday's documentary was a bit light, a little bit like eating candy floss, no substance.
Here's one depicting true alcoholism in the UK, realism at its best. Four alcoholics in and out of hospital over a two month period, reality at its most real. Of the four, two die whilst in hospital and a third dies within five years (that isn't mentioned in the programme, I'll let you guess).
Some will have seen it before, I know Nicole has because she mentioned it the other day. It's a few years since I had seen it, but I decided to watch it again yesterday. The programme was made in 2006 but it holds up well to modern standards.
The doctor in it is far better and far more honest and open than the ones the other day. If you don't like to see two people pass away, you don't like seeing someone jaundiced/yellow including yellow eyeballs ro tubes coming from everywhere, if you don't like seeing someone sink a tall glass or red then promptly be sick into a bucket, then it is not for you.
You Tube, 'Rain in My Heart' by Paul Watson.
As it is You Tube, people outside of the UK should be able to view it - it is 1:38.00 long. US people will probably be shocked by the 'Dickensian' hospital.
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