A mix of documentary and fictional elements tells the story of doomed playwright Andrea Dunbar, who wrote about the difficult life she endured growing up in England's Bradford housing projects. Archival footage featuring Dunbar is presented, along with interviews with family members, including her daughter, Lorraine, who led a similarly troubled life. Excerpts from Dunbar's most famous play, "The Arbor," are performed on the streets of her hometown and at Buttershaw Estates, where she lived.
Director: Clio Barnard
Producer: Tracy O'Riordan
Cast: Manjinder Virk, Christine Bottomley, Neil Dudgeon, Natalie Gavin and Robert Emms