Unloved DVD

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The Unloved taps into the harsh realities that thousands of children face each and every day. Lucy (Molly Windsor) is 11 years-old when she is placed into care in Nottinghamshire's Crop Row children's home after suffering regular physical abuse at the hands of her violent father (Robert Carlisle). In the home she is forced to share a room with 16 year-old Lauren (Lauren Socha) who after initial hostilities takes Lucy under her wing. What unfolds is an incredibly grounded view of the British care system through the innocent bewildered eyes of a child.

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Released
10 May 2010
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
Ica Films 
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Runtime
103 minutes 
Features
PAL 
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5060168380470 
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 or region free DVD player in order to play  "The Unloved" taps into the harsh realities that thousands of children face each and every day Lucy (Molly Windsor) is 11 years-old when she is placed into care in Nottinghamshire s Crop Row children s home after suffering regular physical abuse at the hands of her violent father (Robert Carlisle) In the home she is forced to share a room with 16 year-old Lauren (Lauren Socha) who after initial hostilities takes Lucy under her wing What unfolds is an incredibly grounded view of the British care system through the innocent bewildered eyes of a child

Drama directed and co-written by Samantha Morton, originally screened as part of Channel 4's 'Britain's Forgotten Children' season. Eleven-year-old Lucy (Molly Windsor) has suffered years of neglect by her unstable parents (Robert Carlyle and Susan Lynch), and finally ends up being taken into care. The film tracks her experiences as she struggles to adapt to life in a children's home, and suffers the indignities of an under-resourced care system.

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