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We hope you join us for this exclusive screening featuring an adapted version with extra filmed scenes.

SICK made history by being the first ever short film to be screened at the National Gallery, proof that supporting and working with young people is key to understanding.

Working with young people and understanding the complex lifestyles and ever increasing demand for a reduction in violence on our streets. Mental health is on the increase with our youth, and we need to address this and start supporting them.


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