This clip starts approximately 19 minutes into the documentary.
Residents of The Lorna Hodgkinson Sunshine Home for the intellectually handicapped are being fitted for costumes for an upcoming performance.
Romayne, narrator and Sunshine Home drama group member At the moment people on the outside don’t realise that we even do exist and I think that’s very bad because we do exist and yet it’s also very hard for us because getting to know people on the outside is even harder.
A drama group member is trying on a costume.
Shop assistant They’re alright, aren’t they? And the colour’s better?
Aldo Gennaro, drama teacher Yes, I think the colour is better. It’s still a little bit…
Shop assistant Well, if you pull them up from the ankle a bit more then it won’t be so transparent on the side ‘cause his foot’s not quite in the back there.
Aldo Can you turn around?
Shop assistant What do you think of that, King Kong?
Drama group member 1 I like it!
Aldo Do you like it? Good. Looks very nice. Alright, we need seven of these.
The clip shows a montage of group members trying on costumes and is accompanied by piano music. The dialogue is not always clear. Another drama group member tries on a grey leotard.
Aldo How does it feel?
Drama group member 2 Alright.
Shop assistant You can move around?
Man Ok, now stand up? I think they’re pretty good. How do they feel?
Drama group member 1 Yeah, I’ll work ‘em out.
Man OK, good work, that’s good … Ok, now you’re a four and a half C.
Drama group member 1 Yeah.