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Youth crime films are premiered

BBC Bristol report on a couple of short films developed by young people. One focuses on the problems that can be caused by drugs:

The short feature Nine Lives was produced by the Brizzle team from Fairfield School, and uses traditional two-dimensional coloured drawings.

The story is based on the idea of a cat with nine lives – the young girl experiments with drugs for nine days and then dies from an overdose.

The film ends with the message: “Cats have nine lives. You’ve just got one. But if you take drugs. You’ll have none.”

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