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Two wayward British teenagers experience strict parenting on the other side of the world, as Hannah and James travel to Utah, USA. For a week they must live under the strict rules of the God-fearing Peck family. As devoted Mormons, the Pecks believe that rigid boundaries are key to raising a happy family and have prepared a set of rules for the teens that include wearing modest clothing, no smoking and no drinking any stimulants like tea, coffee or cola.
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