Dustbin Baby DVD

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Based on the best selling book by Jacqueline Wilson. Dustbin Baby is the story of young a teen April who was found as a baby in a dustbin behind a pizza parlour. On her fourteenth birthday following an argument with her foster mother April sets off to find out where she comes from. The journey is a difficult one but on the way she encounters friendship love and laughter.

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Released
12 January 2009
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
ITV DVD 
Classification
Runtime
90 minutes 
Features
PAL 
Barcode
5037115307439 
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Dustbin Baby is a powerful family drama which tells the heartbreaking but ultimately uplifting story of teenager April (Dakota Blue Richards) who sets out to discover where she came from and on the way discovers where she belongs April was abandoned in a dustbin as a baby Now on her 14th birthday after a row she walks out on her foster mother Marion (Juliet Stevenson) determined to discover her past remembering and revisiting the people who have shaped her life As Marion searches frantically for her their journeys take them on a course that will change their lives for ever

Drama based on the novel by Jacqueline Wilson. April (Dakota Blue Richards) is a young teenager who was abandoned in a dustbin when she was a newborn baby. Since that day April has endured a troubled childhood, moving from one foster family to another. When, on her 14th birthday, she has an argument with her latest guardian, Marion (Juliet Stevenson), April decides to go in search of her biological mother. Can April find her future path by retracing her past?