Andy is 16 years old and describes himself as a ‘¾ man’. He reflects on his offending behaviour, his emerging adulthood and his dreams of building a family and a career.
This film was made as part of a series called ‘Your Dreams Are What You Make Of Them’ which aimed to explore the childhood dreams and future aspirations of young people caught up within the criminal justice system.
This film was produced with the storyteller to support criminal justice workers across Europe to better understand the positive aspirations of young people in order to develop intervention services that underpin these ambitions.
The film was produced as part of a transnational series of films in the UK, Romania and Serbia called Low Budget Dreams. Low Budget Dreams was a partnership between the Euro-regional Centre for Democracy in Romania, the Youth Council Krusevac in Serbia and Lippy People.
This film is from the series ‘Your dream are what you make of them’ series here.This entry was posted in Adulthood, Archive, Dave Tomalin, Film makers, Genre, Series, Social Documentary, Themes, Your Dreams Are What You Make Of Them and tagged Aspirations, Dreams, Euro-regional Centre for Democracy in Romania, Kirklees YOT, Lippy People, Low Budget Dreams, Offending, Reflection, young people, Youth Council Krusevac in Serbia. Bookmark the permalink.