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Two wayward British teenagers experience strict parenting on the other side of the world, as Rosie Hynd and Nick Barrientos travel to Puerto Rico. For a week they must live with the Hills, a Christian family who live by the 'if you don't work you don't eat' rule. The Hills believe in firm boundaries and expect the teens to abide by their no smoking and no drinking rule. Immediately the teens defy the parents but dad Ed compromises, sensing the teens have bigger problems.
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