Help is a U.K drama about the recent outbreak of the coronavirus. Jack Thorne pens it, and it is created with the help of the direction of Marc Munden with the aid of Channel Four Television Corporation and The Forge. The show is 1hr 38mins long and distributed by Channel 4. The story is highly realistic and revolves around the bond between a care home worker (Sarah) and a victim (Tony) of Young Onset Alzheimer’s disease. The plot can be based on actual incidents, the current situation of pandemics throughout the world.
The drama got released on September 16 at 9 pm on Channel 4. Do watch and share with us how much you could yourself relate to it.
The two main characters in the series are Jodie Comer as Sarah, Stephen Graham as Tony, Ellis Howard as Robbie, Cathy Tyson as Polly, Angela Griffin as Tori, Ian Har as Steve, Lesley Sharp as Gaynor, Andrew Schofield as Bob, Steve Garti as Kenny, Arthur Hughes as Tim and Sue Johnston as Gloria.
The brutal pandemic has indeed been a curse to all, and no one can deny the fact. Releasing a drama based on a current incident certainly can have a severe impact upon the audience. The Help has excellently held up the current scenario. It shows how each and everyone’s life has changed, in some way or the other. The series revolves around a Liverpool care home and concentrates on the relation between Sarah, a worker, and Tony, a patient.
According to the official plot, Sarah is quick-witted yet fails to secure a place in education and the workplace. Her family also discourages her and tells her she is worthy of nothing. However, the situation changes for her when she can work as a carer staff at Sunshine Homes. Sarah can easily mix with people, and that becomes her well-known talent. She grows a bond with everybody in there, but with one she grows fond of, Tony.
Tony suffers from Young Onset Alzheimer’s disease. He annoys almost everyone, but with Sarah, he seems to get managed. These incidents of getting support from the patients also enable Sarah to know her worth. She also takes every measure to help the patients but gradually seems helpless when the situation worsens due to the pandemic.
Care Homes got heavily affected due to the pandemic, and around 39,000 people died in the U.K within one year, that is 2020 to 2021. The workers, too, had to remain isolated and stayed away from their loved ones during this period. The drama is basically created to highlight the government’s inefficiency and do justice to the huge mass of people who died. Every single citizen of the U.K as well as of other nations can relate the situation with themselves.
So let this drama provide you with a scope to relate with and share with us what you think of it. Did it efficiently depict the real situations people were going through? Share and stay tuned with us for more such news.