BANGKOK (AP) — There are a lot of lessons to be learned by watching the Amy Winehouse documentary “Amy.” Social workers in Bangkok hope some of those lessons stick for juvenile offenders. The Thai Health Promotion Foundation and the Stop Drink Network arranged a screening of the film for about 100 boys from a juvenile detention center, along with university students and youth group members. The organizations hope the film will inspire the young people to clean up their own lives. A Stop Drink Network spokesman says Winehouse dealt with pressure by drinking, but she found her gift. He says it’s not too late for these young people to find their gifts.
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