An uncompromising drama portraying a British volunteer’s experience of grassroots development work which asks important questions about the role of agencies and field workers in areas of political conflict. Set in Dominican Republic, where very poor migrant workers cut sugar cane, Viv, a young woman with a Trinidadian father and an English Mother gets dangerously involved with the people and the issues, and her parents also have to explore their feelings about their relationships. Well known black actors give a compelling performance.
The imagery and film quality may not be to modern standards but is useful for historical use.
This programme can be rented on our Video on Demand system for £2.00, for this you can view as often as you like within a 48 hour period of your own choosing, the film is available to stream or download for £10.00.