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Two wayward British teenagers experience strict parenting on the other side of the world, as Debbie and Daniel travel to Lebanon. For a week they must live under the rules of the Hajjars, a Sunni Muslim family who believe that demanding discipline and instilling respect are the keys to raising a happy family. Strict rules around alcohol and modest dress codes make the teens' experience hard to acclimatise to, as they attend mosque and school, and, for Daniel, work in a home for street children.
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