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Two wayward British teenagers experience strict parenting on the other side of the world, as Calvin and Rosie travel to Belize. For a week they must live under the rules of the strict rules of the Perez family, middle class Belizians who have raised six children and recently adopted a seventh. The Perezes believe that hard work and firm discipline are the only ways to bring up children and demand that the teens live just as their own children do, from doing farm work to learning to apologise.
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