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Hollyoaks: Breaking Boundaries (2000)

TV Movie  |  Drama  |  15 March 2000 (UK)
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Hollyoaks tackles adult issues in the show's first-ever late-night edition. Luke Morgan is subjected to a violent male rape, while elsewhere Max Cunningham loses his virginity and Ruth and Lewis's relationship turns an unexpected corner.

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Hollyoaks tackles adult issues in the show's first-ever late-night edition. Luke Morgan is subjected to a violent male rape, while elsewhere Max Cunningham loses his virginity and Ruth and Lewis's relationship turns an unexpected corner.

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