1968. A holiday at a Soviet youth camp becomes too hot to handle for two Manchester lads.
Set in August 1968, against a backdrop of worldwide popular protest, Simon and Bruce - two 16 year-old teenagers from Manchester - travel to the fabled Soviet Pioneer Camp of Artek in Russia. They're off for a week of sun, sea and international solidarity, but will their political summer be too hot to handle?
MAY THERE ALWAYS BE SUNSHINE
by Alan Pollock
Producer/Director: David Ian Neville.