Drama series. Unsure of where she fits in, Sasha is glad when an old friend seems to show an interest in her. But does he really have her best interests at heart?
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Hi guys, how are you doing? I just...
When have I ever said "Guys"?
Yo, yo, yo. How's it going?
I'm here to...freestyle, yeah?
What are you doing?
I'm doing videos about independent women,
which is just what I am.
I'm small, but I'm still...
I'm not a kid, OK.
I go out to nightclubs,
hang out with mates on the streets.
I'm dead cool, you know.
Stuff like...that, really.
Hiya, welcome to my first-ever vlog!
A vlog for young women,
made by a young woman.
We pranked you!
Sasha, you can't storm around the house
shouting and screaming your head off.
But it's all right for them to storm into my room?
-Yeah, I'd appreciate it if you didn't shout at me either.
You have to appreciate that other people live here too.
You can't just go bawling up and down the corridors.
We were just playing!
-At being stupid.
Look, I was in the middle of...
-On her computer.
With her door shut.
You know the rules about online safeguarding.
-What were you doing?
-You must have been doing something.
-I know what I'm doing online.
-I'm not a child.
-Yeah, but you are!
-I'm over 13!
In the eyes of the law, a child.
All right. Calm down.
I AM CALM.
Hiya, welcome to my first-ever vlog.
A vlog for young women made by a young woman.
There could be tens, literally tens of people watching it.
You shouldn't be in here.
"For young women, made by a young woman.
look at the state.
MUSIC: Ignorance by Paramore
# If I'm a bad person
# You don't like me
# Well, I guess I'll make my own way
# It's a circle
# A mean cycle
# I can't excite you any more
# Where's your gavel... #
The world is ending. The world is ending!
You're doomed unless you wear one of these!
The person who does the best prank wins a prize.
A family-size bar of chocolate.
Courtesy of Tyler.
I thought we were keeping quiet about it.
Yeah, in what universe?
Can you give me a hand outside for a second?
-It's Kaz's birthday.
-No, it can't be.
-We would know about it.
-I've got everyone's birthdays saved here.
You'll never believe who was in my room just now. Ryan.
-He walked right in.
-OK, Sash, Sash, no, no. Not now. OK?
Kazima Tako, birthday.
# Well, you treat me just like
# Another stranger
# Well, it's nice to meet you, sir
# I guess I'll go
# I best be on my way out
# You treat me just like another stranger
# It's nice to meet you, sir
# I guess I'll go, I best be on my way out. #
Do they even celebrate birthdays in Somalia?
Yeah, it's Somalian for birthday greetings.
See, told ya.
Yeah, um... everyone celebrates birthdays.
Everyone, except Kazima.
So what are we going to do, then?
Can we have a party?
You're meant to be dead.
-SHE CHOKES AGAIN
Yeah, um, we should do something better.
Like a roller disco!
What are we doing?
Uh, something about the garden.
Mike's going mad about the grass
and I've got to cut it
and no-one will help me.
So, will you help me, Kazima?
All right, Hurricane.
All right, Emma Watson.
This is my sister.
This is Reece.
-All right, Reece.
-Come to see Mum?
No, you. You want to go to the park?
Not the reaction I was expecting.
It's just we're in the middle of a game.
But me and you, knocking about like old times.
Can he come with us?
It didn't need cutting that badly.
No. But you know what Mike's like.
Yes, I do.
And he wouldn't even notice the grass if it was up to the windows.
Yeah, he just...
..got into gardening, but in a big way.
-Is that right?
-He's got the flowers, and...
..the plants, and the trees.
Mike loves all of it.
He can't get enough.
You know, you always rub your nose when you lie.
No, I don't.
Uh, I don't want a party.
I don't want a birthday, full stop.
Can you all please respect that?
AIR RELEASES OUT OF BALLOON
Come on, guys.
Long time no see, Sashmeister.
Yeah. Have I grown?
-Where've you been?
Heard you moved out.
-Just borrowing it for a bit.
Hey, give our bike back!
MUSIC: It's Like That by Run DMC
And it's the last minute of injury time,
and Dexter and Reece combine in another sweeping movement.
And he makes a hole to the front, and...!
Football has come home!
I don't know.
I'll try and call her.
There was loads of crisps in there this morning.
Are we taking the bunting down?
Erm, this might be a bit of an obvious question,
but why does Kaz not want to celebrate her birthday?
Why don't we have a party anyway?
It doesn't have to be for Kazima.
And there was a pie in here.
A really nice pie.
You all right there, Reece?
Look at the state of you.
Get off, will ya?
You're a right scruff bag.
I can look after myself.
No, you can't. That's why I'm here.
To look after you and Murphy.
That's Mum's job.
Yeah, but she's rubbish at it.
I'll call for you after.
Do you want a drink or anything?
I'm totally fine.
Oh, you'll never believe what this woman at the supermarket was...
What is going on?
Nothing to do with us.
Right. We decided to throw a party. OK, but...
No, Kaz, it's not for your birthday.
It's actually to celebrate the birth of the Somalian singing star Magool!
CHEERING AND PARTY HORNS
MUSIC: Maanta Maanta by Magool
ALL: Magool! Magool!
Oh, you are a star.
In't he a star? Good boy.
I didn't believe any of this would work.
Children's Services have been brilliant.
I don't know what I would have done if my boys had been taken into care.
I'm sorry, sweetheart.
I really am.
I can manage with those two.
Things are OK, and...
I don't know, I wouldn't want to risk it, you know,
having you back too.
-You understand, don't you?
Do you have to go?
You know, the care home have been calling me.
That place just falls to pieces when I'm not there.
Oh, your shoelace.
Looks like you don't need me any more.
Let your sister go, yeah?
And come on in, it's your turn.
Oh! Best go.
Take care of yourself, yeah, sweetheart?
To replace all the sudden disappearing groceries.
And I've got those ingredients that you asked for.
-Did you get another pie?
-Yep, got another pie.
I'm going to make Icun.
-Oh, if only I had a cup of coffee to dip it in.
Hey, uh, just so you know, this party is just for Magool, OK?
It's not for your birthday.
My dad played in her band once.
He said it was the third greatest day of his life.
After me and my brother were born.
Can someone give me a hand, please?
So...you've got a place of your own, now?
I need to get somewhere.
Me mum's driving me nuts.
You got a room for me?
I'm in Ashdean Ridge.
The care home? No way.
I've heard about that place.
And I saw Annie, when I was little.
Is it, like, proper brutal?
Worse then you'd ever know.
-Yeah. Scrubbing the place clean all day every day.
Locked in our rooms, and all we're allowed to eat is soup.
You can't go back.
-I have to.
If I'm not in on time, they call the police.
MUSIC: Runaway (U&I) by Galantis
# I know that I'm rich enough for pride,
# I see a billion dollars in your eyes
# Even if we're strangers till we die
# I wanna run away
# I wanna run away
# Anywhere out this place
# I wanna run away
# Just you and I, I, I, I, I...
# You and I, I, I, I, I...
MAGOOL PLAYS AGAIN
MAGOOL SINGS IN SOMALIAN
CHEERING AND WHOOPING
KIDS CHANTING: We love you Magool, we do...
What's going on?
It's Kazima's birthday.
Oh, thanks for the invite.
Er, well, I did try and call you.
Listen, I'm sorry about earlier.
I wasn't listening about Ryan crashing into your room and stuff.
Yeah, that's why I was trying to call you.
To explain that we've been a bit tied up with Kaz's birthday.
You all are.
-I'm sorry if we've left you out.
-Do you want to get off your phone for a minute?
-I'm texting a friend.
Sasha, we're trying to reach out to you.
You know, it's good to talk about stuff.
It's good to share.
Did you get that from one of your bargain bin Save The Day CDs?
What's up with you?
It's like you don't even want to be here.
Anyone see you escape?
No-one will know I'm gone anyway.
So, what's the plan?
I don't want to live with my mum,
-and you don't want to live in that care home, right?
So we need to get our own place.
And to do that, we need money.
-And we can't get jobs, because we're too young, right?
So we need to be like Robin Hood and Maid Marion.
What? Steal from the rich and give to the poor?
Rob a house?
You haven't put those biscuits in the oven.
We don't know what to do.
Why don't you want to celebrate your birthday?
Because I just don't want to.
I haven't heard from my father or my brother in a long time.
If they were well, if they were safe, they would have called.
Sent a card. Something.
Just because you haven't heard from them don't mean they ain't safe.
It's hard for them.
A few of us don't hear from our families on our birthdays.
That's why we ALL have to stick together.
Anyways, let's make these biscuits, yeah?
I've been watching this house for ages.
Are you sure about this?
Yeah. Course. It's a family of four with a vicious dog.
And everyday there's always someone in.
Every day, except for today.
And it works like this.
The mum leaves at ten to,
to take her daughter to ballet class.
One minute later, the mum goes back to the house,
to hurry her son along to go shopping
while the girl is at ballet.
Six minutes later, the dad who's been left to catch up with work
appears with the scary dog.
Bang goes the door.
And off he goes to the pub for two hours and 12 minutes.
Arriving back a full seven minutes before...
the rest of the family arrive home.
Are you ready for this?
You're not chickening out on me, are you?
How do we get in?
Go through the dog flap.
I can't see a key.
Let me in round the front.
Oh, hang on.
I wouldn't move a muscle if I was you.
And very hungry.
I am so disappointed in you.
We all are.
You have a criminal record. Is this what you want?
In and out of police stations the rest of your life?
Are we going or what?
Save your breath. I know the drill.
You go on and on and I go to my room.
Let's just skip to me being in my room, yeah?
We're not done here.
Oh, stop pretending to care. It's embarrassing.
We do care!
You are paid to care.
-You legged it.
And left me to deal with the police.
-I've got a criminal record now.
I don't want to be in and out of police stations all my life.
I'm sorry. And, look...
I appreciate you not saying anything to the police.
-Or a mug.
I'm going to make it up to you.
Look, my brother's back in town.
He's got a place with a few empty rooms.
One each, AND we can stay there as long as we want.
You'll be away from this place
and I'll be away from my nagging mum.
It'll be like the old days, Sash.
Partying all night.
Sleeping all day.
Living the dream.
Who are you?
-Come inside, Sasha.
-To help scrub the floors?
Yeah, I know what goes in there, and she's had enough.
-Kept as a slave. Locked up. Living on soup.
Go on. Do one.
Ah, yes it's hard in there. Very hard.
See you, Kaz.
But we look out for one another in there.
We help each other out.
And we wouldn't let anyone down.
First stop, supermarket. We need to get there
while that security guard with the bad leg's on shift.
-Unless you've got a pile of cash stashed away.
There you go.
I don't want to.
We have to pay our way in t'squat.
My brother and his friends need food and stuff.
I'll get caught again.
And you'll leave me again, and to be honest, I'd leave you too.
We need to stick with people who care.
Go home, Tommo.
PARTY MUSIC PLAYING, PEOPLE CHATTING
Guys, do you want one?
POP MUSIC PLAYS
Now it's a party.
I've not playing any stupid games.
OK, three, two, one, make your mummies!
I'm sorry about having a go at you earlier.
I think you're supposed to say sorry for barging into my room.
We were just pranking.
The person who does the biggest and bestest prank
wins a family bar of chocolate.
Now, shut up and stay still.
MUSIC: Candy Girl by New Edition
And Sasha is the winner!
# She's so fine as can be
# I know this girl is meant for me
# Candy girl
# You are my world
# You look so sweet
# You're a special treat
# Candy girl
# All I want to say
# When you're with me
# You brighten up my day
# All I know
# When I'm with you
# You make me feel so good through and through
# The way you walk
# And the way you talk
# You always look so good
# You make me forget my thoughts. #
ALL SING: It's your birthday song.
It's your birthday song!
Happy birthday, Magool!
It's your welcome home cake. Why don't you blow it out?
-Come on, both of you just blow it.
Make a wish!
ALL: Hip, hip, hooray!
Hip, hip, hooray!
Hip, hip, hooray!
Erm, I owe you an apology.
Oh, no, you don't.
Yeah, you do.
Erm, I'm sorry. Both of you.
I acted like... Well, not like me.
But like another me.
And she's gone now.
Did you, erm, sort things out with Ryan?
I knew there was something.
Best prank wins the chocolate, right?
Have you tasted this?
I think it's off.
Have a sniff.
I'm going to my room, I know, I know.
That was so worth it.
Don't throw it away, eat it.
MUSIC: Don't Stop by 5 Seconds Of Summer
# But then I asked for your number
# Said you don't have a phone
# It's getting late now
# I've gotta let you know that
# Everybody wants to take you home tonight
# But I'm gonna find a way to make you mine
# Don't stop... doing what you're doing
# Every time you move to the beat it gets harder for me
# And you know it, know it... #
Hiya. Thanks for clicking on my first-ever vlog.
I'm Sasha, and I'm older than I look, right.
But I'm still a kid.
And this is my family.
Um, I don't live with them any more.
I'm in care now.
With a load of other misfits, just like me!
I miss my brothers.
And my mum.
But...as long as they're happy, I'm happy.
I am Sasha.
And I am happy.
Unsure of where she fits in, Sasha's glad when an old friend seems to show an interest in her. But does he really have her best interests at heart?