t is generally agreed that a disproportionate number of recruits to the armed forces are from broken or dysfunctional families. Estimates suggest that up to 25% of rough sleepers are ex-service personnel.
Unfortunately such lives are forced to exist outside society because they do not/cannot conform. In its turn society will place outside its walls those they want to ignore and refuse to help. Taking a sometimes disconcertingly light touch to the sorry plight of one such poor unfortunate, An Unquiet Mind examines a number of potent issues.
‘I don’t bother remembering stuff because it only hurts me.’
‘Before you can forget anything you must first of all remember everything, however painful.
Some lives are blighted from birth, Private Topshop; unfortunately yours is one of them.’
Topshop and Legion appear to be in a hopeless predicament, but Legion claims to have found the answer that will solve all their problems.