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Binge drinker Hannah Moorehead and college drop-out Leigh Sturge get new parents in Botswana. For a week they live with the Selelos, a middle-class family. Dad Michael is in the army and mum Marianyana is a nurse, and believe that a strict hierarchy is key to a happy family. The daily routine includes getting up at 5.00am, completing homework every night, and washing the elders' hands before each meal. Can the Selelos' strict values effect any change in the errant British teens?
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