Nineteen-year-old Adam (Josef Trojan) is a patient in an alcohol treatment centre. He finds himself in a place that most people associate with older, professional drunks. But the reality is different. Alcohol addicts are increasingly becoming very young people. It takes very little. Adam had his life ahead of him. All he had to do was finish his high school diploma, send in his college application. But there was no hurry, it was just the right time for a good party with the gang, a date with a girl or a beer or something more edgy with a friend. Adam was convinced he had everything under control. He saw drinking as an effective antidote to boredom, and it made him feel more adventurous and funny. And his parents? They were cool and thankfully didn't pay much attention to him.
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