Claudia (Giovanna Mercuri) never expected to be standing in a chapel reading out a eulogy at her husband’s funeral, but there she was standing at the front of a bereaved audience mourning the death of a life gone too soon. Arav’s (Laurie Whitehead) life was full of love but was overshadowed by an experience all too many of us go through. Whilst gripped by grief, Claudia was determined this moment and Arav’s life wasn’t going to be wasted. As Claudia speaks out about the issue that took her husband’s life, and her life away, their friends and family realise their own experiences aren’t unique. Bullying plays a part in all of our lives. As the story unravels, the experiences of not only Arav and Claudia, but also their friends and family are shared delving deeper into the ways in which bullying can affect people in many different ways, and not only for those on the receiving end. Arav’s boss, Darren (Damien Leith), attends the funeral after realising that his behaviour may have been the reason for Arav’s death.