ICA Boot Camp

Independent Pictures presents a mocumentary where 4 young girls are put through their paces by ICA stallworts at An Ghriannan in Termonfeckin.  Finding out that the fresh chicken they are asked to cook for dinner is not only still warm but needs to be plucked first, causes difficulty for the young 20-somethings who are not even sure how to turn on an oven.  They are introduced to dressmaking and millinary, and help to make a friendly black pudding before struggling with the instructions on a flatpack.  One of the girls decides to become a vegetarian rather than kill the little piggy, and another will not be wearing a dry-clean only silk blouse in the kitchen again.  Welly boots were invented for a reason!  Directed by Sarah Barron, written by Marion Cullen, and narrated by Rose Henderson.

RTE Network 2, Tuesday 21 September at 10pm