The sad tale of the late musician Amy Winehouse can be a lesson to wayward youth, according to social workers in Thailand.
The Thai Health Promotion Foundation and the Stop Drink Network arranged for nearly 100 boys from a juvenile detention centre, and dozens of university students and members of various youth groups, to watch the film Amy.
The well-received documentary charts her battle with addiction to drug and drink before her death in 2011 - at the age of 27.
The film documents Winehouse's talent, how she tried to cope with the pressures of fame, and her death of accidental alcohol poisoning.
The juvenile detention centre outside Bangkok houses youths sent there for serious crimes such as murder and drug-related crimes with sentences of five years or more.
Books and films are shown and discussed as part of the effort to rehabilitate them.