The following documentary being focused on is an abstract message of highlighting the lives of two obese people undergoing a chromatic illness of being overweight. The shoot location is very well known Gretton House health care home for people with eating disorder illness, located in Kettering, England. This rare phenomenon is experienced by many individuals racing their lives and following everyday with the effects of it. This documentary is a very interesting state of the art work which very profusely blends humour with very serious topics such as the illness documented in the motion picture.
The documentary initially illustrates Joe Blackburn, a youngster aged 21 who moves on to a new place with skeptic fears of his health leading him to be a massive personality weighing 30 stones, carrying the PWS disease. PWS disease or the Prader-Willi Syndrome is an annoying rare disorder in people which results in making them stout, overweight and full of fearful physical crumbliness. Joe struggles to his utmost to go well paved with the other members of his new dwelling though the seizures and effects of the illness, tramples his quest to make him one. The illness though slowing down puberty and depicting immaturity leaves many exploited humorous excerpts in the documentary to be pin pointed and laughed on.
On the contrary, a second person is also being characterized in the documentary; Tamara Allwood is a girl who undergoes the same chronic illness which brought her to the end of the cliff by overeating. The girl has become very prudent to her mother who could never properly understand the illness her daughter carries until she was diagnosed later for harsh hearings. The documentary ends up with a passionate Tamara and her boyfriend who promises her very protection and gives her high hopes of marriage.