What happens when you take a tour group of eager Western men to Odessa in the Ukraine and give them a short period of time to meet a wife in contrived and awkward situations?
This heart-warming documentary is not only about cultural identity but is also a critical analysis of Canadian Aboriginal entitlement and the dilemma faced by many last generation Indians.
In this second episode we meet 31-year-old Andreena Bogle-Walton, a single mum who has a serious dilemma: whether to send her ten-year-old daughter Renee to Devon to live with her father, or to keep her in London living with her.
The Audience meet Anthony Powell, a 28-year-old office worker from Liverpool. He needs help to make the biggest decision of his life: whether to quit his job and go travelling or not.
People with life-changing decisions to make are followed around by 50 strangers for a week. These strangers must then agree on a decision and deliver their verdict on the path to take.
Kayleigh Freeman is married with two children and for as long as she can remember she has battled with her weight and is now facing a life-changing decision. Should she get gastric band surgery?
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