Shameless!!! That was the only way to explain the way Sue and Holly behaved. OK Holly is young and bound to be influenced by her mother but Sue.... I could not believe she though she had it so hard, spending just one weekend in four with her Mum, if she wanted it easier why not move her mother closer after all she is the only person in touch with her now. She has researched nothing about the condition and the need for familiarity, racing her mother here and there to posh restaurants etc. What about game of cards (teams Holly and Ethel versus Sue if necessary) Or going through photos together keeping what memories there are alive? OK so Sue had a mastectomy and God knows none of us can anticipate what that might do to us, but even before this she was verbally abusive, and took delight in humiliating and degrading her mother egged on by Holly. If one of the nurses treated Ethel like this I'm sure Sue would be the first on to her lawyers. The incident in the car was inexcusable she should have made sure her mother had her seat belt on, most elderly people have problems with seat belts even without the additional impact of Alzheimer's. Most importantly there is no way Ethels consent for the film should have been accepted as she is obviously not in a state of mind to give knowledgeable consent, in this there are legal issues that I feel someone should be looking into on Ethels behalf. I feel the best thing that could happen here is that in future Sue is only allowed supervised visits to her Mother. It would be standard practice in a child abuse case so why not in a case like this? I am a multiple carer for four yes FOUR! members of my family, I'm not superwoman I get tired frustrated and angry, but God forbid I should ever lower myself to humiliation and degradation. The programme did NOTHING to forward the causes of sufferers or carers of Alzeimhers - Give me a camera please I swear I'll do better!