Documentary on four alcoholics living in Kent, England. Two of the participants in Paul Watson's Rain in My Heart died … As you practice the RAIN of Self-Compassion, experiment and see which intentional gesture of kindness most helps to soften or open your heart. Newsnight. – A part of my heart he took with him but his love he left me to keep – So we will never really be parted the bond between us is … One Day my Grandpa died, He came into my dream that night, I started crying and said him why are you leaving me, Please don't leave me and then he said me in tears I have to go and my dream got over just at the right time when he said that to me. 6 thoughts on “ ‘Rain in My Heart’ Drinkers documentary ” moretomethanthis says: 02/06/2014 at 21:59. My father was an alcoholic, recovering when I was aged 4-16, drinking a bottle of spirits a day when I was 16-19, then recovering until he died 2 years later. What a moving & powerful piece of documentary TV this was....certainly put me off drinking for a while ! Rain in my Heart Documentary which follows four alcohol abusers - Vanda, aged 43; Mark, 29; Nigel, 49 and Toni, 26 - from the impoverished Medway towns of north Kent. ... Vanda now says she is drinking less but needs a Zimmer frame to walk. In 2006, filmmaker Paul Watson made an award-winning documentary about alcoholism. A BBC2 documentary last night tracked the gruesome fate of four extreme alcoholics seeking treatment in the Medway Hospital. Animum Noctis from On the Lake, Monticello, Georgia. This is gut-wrenching to watch, very disturbing and upsetting. Rain In My Heart is a documentary that is observing four alcohol abusers – Vanda, aged 43; Mark, 29; Nigel, 49 and Toni, 26 – from the impoverished Medway towns of north Kent. Rain In My Heart - Vanda. and died beloved by all. One died early in the filming, the fourth on camera. This was almost the same film as Paul Watson’s landmark 2006 documentary Rain in My Heart, a devastating portrait of alcoholics drinking themselves into oblivion. In our hearts she is living yet – We loved her too dearly to ever forget. ... Paul Watson has a lot to answer for (The Family probably started the reality trend) but Rain in my Heart … In an age of formatted reality with, as Barraclough put it, "guaranteed dynamics and resolutions", these are not the denouements you could promise or manipulate. Jump to Media Player. He was an adorable man with a highly respected profession, but just like they said on the programme he was haunted by demons. on October 09, 2018: Beautiful! I remember bits of it, presumably from when it came out in 2006. The look on the young woman's face during her interviews...her talking about the death of her son...for her to die a few days Many people find healing by gently placing a hand on the heart or cheek; others, in a whispered message of care, or by envisioning being bathed in warm, radiant light. Directed by Paul Watson. For Boozenight, we revisit Vanda's story. – Loving memories of one so dear – Treasured still with a love sincere. That is a very emotional documentary that began in the hospital with 4 characters and ended in each of their homes- some of them were drunk, the rest are dead. Two died … Newcomers to Recovery - Can't stop thinking about Rain in My Heart Documentary - I watched this yesterday and I can't stop thinking about it. Rain in My Heart followed the arrhythmia of life - which, after all, is what documentary, as opposed to, say, art, is supposed to do. RECOMMENDED. The latest edition of BBC Two's Newsnight with its daily analysis of news and current affairs. 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