Four teachers investigate whether their lives improve when they are constantly drunk.
There is a theory that a modest amount of alcohol in our blood reduces our problems and increases creativity. Supported by this theory, Martin and his three high school colleagues embark on an experiment in which they maintain a constant and measured level of alcohol in their systems throughout the day. The initial results are very positive, the jaded teachers come back to life and even the results of their classes improve. While the glasses are being knocked back at a rapid pace, some are finding it increasingly difficult to maintain control of the situation.