Stacey Dooley investigates the growing drug craze sweeping through Thailand. Yaba, a dangerous mix of methamphetamine and caffeine, has gripped the nation and unleashed a terrifying wave of violence among its users. She uncovers the human cost, visiting a shocking ward full of 'zombie' addicts, many of whom face the risk of long term psychosis, and she also meets users who have started taking the drug as young as 12.
I decided to watch this documentary as sort of a contrast to the genre that I have chosen (Sport- Football). This was so that I could understand the different types of structure which a documentary can have but also so that I can see the idea's of a different documentaries and how it can be presented.
The structure is similar to "Special Report", another of the documentaries which I analysed. It was more presented than anaything else but also contained several interviews.