Lifestories: Families in Crisis (1992–1996)

TV Series   |    |  Drama, Family, Sport


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Based on true stories, this series depicts a variety of important and critical events that can happen in the lives of teenagers.


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8 July 2019 | roopjm
10
| It really stick with you, especially Gunplay: The Last day in the life of Brian Darling
I watched every episode in this series as they aired in the early 90s. As a kid, I didn't fully understand them completely, but their lessons have always been with me into adulthood.

Gunplay: The Last day in the life of Brian Darling had an extraordinary impact on me. It left such a feeling of dread in my stomach, and that feeling always returns when I have read about similar events, or even a scene in The Sixth Sense.

I did not touch a gun until I was in my late 20s, and only with a Police Officer friend of mine. This type of tragedy happens every day, and makes me think "If they had only seen this show"

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