Change Of Thought
  • Director(s)

    Chris Haydon

  • Production Year

    2022

  • Release date

    15/08/2022

  • Genre(s)

    Documentary

  • Approx. running minutes

    73m

Film

Change Of Thought

references to violence, crime, drugs and racism, real injury detail

CHANGE OF THOUGHT is a UK documentary about young people and supportive organisations attempting to find solutions to the inner-city social problems they face.

  • Director(s)

    Chris Haydon

  • Production Year

    2022

  • Release date

    15/08/2022

  • Genre(s)

    Documentary

  • Approx. running minutes

    73m

discrimination

There are references to racial discrimination perceived by young Black people in the behaviour of police towards them, particularly in the area of Stop and Search. Positive steps are taken by Black teenagers and organisations supporting them as they initiate channels of communication with the police and talk about their experiences with a view to changing perceptions and prejudice. Racism is clearly condemned.

drugs

Young people talk about their experiences of drugs, drug dealing and 'County Lines' gangs. Gang culture is clearly condemned and the film has very clear messages about the negative impact drug gangs have on the lives of young people and communities living in inner-city areas.

injury detail

There is brief sight of real injury detail in a still frame image showing a critically injured male stab victim with visible knife wounds and blood on his body.

violence

There are frequent verbal references to violence, including knife crime. Violent behaviour is clearly condemned.


There are infrequent mild sex references. There is infrequent very mild bad language ('Jesus', 'God').
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Change Of ThoughtCinema73m 20s Community TV Trust05/08/2022
  • Classified date

    05/08/2022

  • Language

    English