“No one should tell you the end of your story when you have only just started.”
As their parents work the last night at the youth club before it closes down, flaky Saoirse can’t work out whether to blame social media or Brexit, whilst rejected Tyger discovers he’s ‘too soft’ to be boyfriend material. A few weeks later and Saoirse’s conviction to seeing both sides inadvertently makes her the new poster girl for a youth-led, right-wing group. Meanwhile Tyger ‘mans up’, suddenly becoming popular with his peers and groomed for a county lines gang. Both separately trapped, both believe they are close to becoming tragic case studies, like the ones their conscientious parents continually warn them about. In a panic, Saoirse and Tyger decide to wrestle back some control over their own lives, and work out “how to work it out”.