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Sailing Miss Sadie

Eccentric social entrepreneur Sadie Kaye sails to Caracas, Venezuela with 3 persistent young offenders from The Prince’s Trust on an empowering, white-knuckle Voyage of Adventure.
After venturing inside anarchic El Rodeo Jail and meeting their Venezuelan counterparts, the crew unite with the Nobel Peace Prize-nominated gang-reform program Proyecto Alcatraz, disarming teenage street gangs in Caracas slums. The feature-length 2010 documentary film was shown at film festivals and the Gate Cinema, London, before being broadcast on Sky TV & the Discovery Channel. The above is a roughly hacked version of the 2010 documentary film.

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