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-These films are rubbish.
-Yeah, I read the reviews.
-I mean they don't work.
-It must be your player.
I know they're filmed in a cinema. You can see backs of heads.
-That's the director's haircut.
-You're a funny bloke.
-And you're a funny kid.
-All I want is me money back.
-And now you're hilarious.
-Just like your dodgy DVDs.
Ouch. You're hurting my feelings.
-You're scamming, ain't ya?
-Like you'd know!
It's a respectable business, mate.
So push off.
What'd I say? Don't chat with the punters.
I know they're pirates. All I want is my 20 quid and I'll go.
I said push...off!
-I am really sorry.
-Thief! Stealing my bag!
I weren't stealing her bag. I weren't stealing her bag. Tell him!
Tell him! Tell him!
three, two, one.
OK. Liam, it is now 7.00pm and you are under curfew
until 7.00am tomorrow morning.
Now, this will remain operational for your six week term.
If you leave the house and restricted area,
30 metres surrounding the house,
then the alarm will be activated.
-What does that mean?
-We operates a three strikes and you're out ruling.
Meaning that if you break curfew three times, you'll be sent
to a youth detention centre for the remainder of your sentence.
-Sign here, please.
-Certainly, he won't be going anywhere.
Will you, Liam?
-Tracy, can you show Miss Bowman out, please? Thank you.
-Nice to meet you.
We are going to appeal against this, ain't we, Mike?
Liam, I have tried everything.
-You're going to have to see this out.
-I'm innocent, you know.
Doesn't matter what I think, it's what the authorities think.
You don't believe me, do you? He thinks I snatched that woman's bag.
Liam, it's only for six weeks, yeah,
-and then everything'll be back to normal.
Liam. Calm down, man.
What is going on, now?
He's upset because Mike didn't believe him.
Look, Liam's wild, but he wouldn't take someone's bag. You know that.
Yeah, but I can only go on what the woman and witnesses said,
and what the police said.
-You still owe me a DVD.
-Pirates, weren't they? We got ripped off.
No, YOU got ripped off with my money and then you even gave back the DVD.
Well, you had better go and get them then. I'm stuck here. I'm tagged.
Surprise, surprise(!) Sapphire's here.
Come to have a good laugh, have we?
Liam, I've come to lend my support
and I want to see the tag, go on!
-Oh, Liam, it is so you!
-Want to try it on?
-I think it would look so much better on you.
-That is so cool!
-It's not something to be proud of, Johnny.
-I know that, but,
-first one ever in the Dumping Ground.
-Like that's a good thing.
People will think we're all criminals.
-I didn't mean you.
Nice one, Tee. I didn't mean it like that.
-MP3 player looking for a new owner. Yours for a tenner.
-Yeah. Don't want it any more.
-Is broken or something?
-Fine, I'll ask someone else.
Even if his story is true, he got himself into this mess.
Buying pirate DVDs? What was he thinking?
Maybe the curfew, it'll put a bit of sense back into his head.
I can't believe you're saying this. He didn't know they were pirated.
Come on! How could you...
No, no, no, no.
-Your tag alarm's gone off.
You've crossed the perimeter for your curfew area.
-We thought you'd done a runner.
-I wish I had.
Can't even play footie any more.
Should I go and get it? No, I can't.
Might just set off my tag alarm again, might I?
KNOCK AT DOOR
Liam, I know we've...
..I know you've had a tough time of it, of late.
I just want you to know that I'm on your side.
Really! I am!
-Liam, I just want you to do one thing for me, will you?
Look me in the eye and tell me that you were telling the truth in court.
Haven't seen my MP3 player, have you?
-So, now we know!
-Yeah, I know. Someone's stolen it.
-Why didn't you just tell him what he wanted to know?
Why did he even have to ask?
Liam, you know when we were talking about criminals earlier,
-I didn't actually mean you were one.
-Yeah, it's fine.
-So, Liam, what is your favourite colour?
I wanted to pimp your tag,
make it a little bit more shi-shi.
-Don't think it worked.
-Maybe he doesn't know what shi-shi means.
Look, Liam didn't realise how far he had gone.
-We weren't sure where the limit was, either.
-It was an accident.
-We'll make sure he's more careful.
-He'd better be more careful.
Two more strikes and he's out.
Won't the alarm go off?
-Yes, but by the time the police get here, I'll be long gone.
-Anywhere but here.
-You haven't got any money.
Have to get a job or something, won't I?
How does this thing come off?
-You have a go!
-I'm not helping you get into any more trouble.
I hope not.
Do you know where Liam is?
What are you doing?
What's it look like? Oh, thanks, MATE(!)
Give it to me.
Give it to me.
How could you be so stupid?
This'll all be over in six weeks.
Just wait it out.
-Would you rather be locked up?
-Listen to mini-Mike.
You're risking everything cos you're angry at Mike?
-He should be on my side.
He thinks I'm a thief.
Mike's just worried about your future.
If you do a runner and get caught,
you won't have one.
This came for you.
-I don't get post.
-I know. Open it.
What? What is it?
"Dear Liam, just like you I grew up in care
"and didn't know where I came from.
"Last year I decided to track down my real mother.
"It took a while but I found her. We only met once
"and she told me I had a younger brother,
"a baby she abandoned 15 years ago outside a hospital in town.
"That brother is you."
This has got to be a wind-up.
"I know this will come as a great shock,
"but I would really like to meet up and talk.
"Call me when you're ready,
"your big brother, Jack."
There's a mobile number.
I bet it's Elektra.
No, it's not.
-We should show this to Mike.
But he has to know. He's the head care worker.
-It's a scam.
-But what if it's genuine?
You could have a brother.
This could change everything for you.
-It would mean you have a family.
-Don't be so soft. It's a fake.
OK, well, I'll look into it.
But if this Jack does exist,
-we have to tell Mike, OK?
-OK. Waste your time.
-Don't take my stuff.
-That's mine. I just bought it!
-That cost me a tenner.
-Well, you take it up with the seller,
don't you, little one?
-..It's my favourite colour.
-We made you these!
They're supposed to look like mini-tags.
Eurgh, they're disgusting!
I thought you put the sugar in.
-You said you put it in!
Why didn't you put the sugar in? ARGUMENT FADES
'"Dreams are black.'
"awake to green,
"cling to amber.
"But why does red win
"when all I feel is blue?"
Give that back!
Never took you for much of a poet, Elektra!
Give me that back, Liam!
Give it back, Liam!
All right, I'm really...oh!
That's my private stuff!
Give it to me.
-You are so annoy...
I'll get you for this, Liam.
Gus, what are you doing?
This is how far you can go.
I did all the calculations myself.
Cross the line between 7pm and 7am
and your tag alarm will activate.
Is this trying to make me feel better or something?
No. It's supposed to stop you setting the alarm off again.
The dates match.
-It's where you were found.
No pressure, but I could ask Mike
if he could set up a meeting between you and Jack.
-See how it goes.
-How amazing is this?
Who is this Jack, anyways?
He can't pitch up and expect me to play happy families.
He's not saying that. He just wants to meet.
But if you need more time, then that's fine.
I don't need time.
I don't need this bloke. I'm happy here.
Look, I might moan about this place,
but it's still home.
It can't be home for ever.
What is wrong with him?
He's scared. It's understandable.
Yesterday he was just "Liam with the tag", now he's Liam with the family.
Do you fancy a trip out today?
I'll let you know once I've spoke to Jack.
Every nice thing we've tried to do for you so far has gone wrong.
So we're not going to bother you any more.
But...most of us are going to see Flight Night later.
-We'd like you to come too.
Love to. As long as I'm back by seven.
Come on, let's go.
-Not going to the cinema?
-Can't afford it.
Well, how about you do me a favour, then I'll give you your tenner back?
What kind of favour?
A getting-back-at-Liam kind of favour.
The tenner so I can go to the cinema?
Sorry, that's when you're doing the favour. Come on.
A honeycomb punch, please.
-That's got to be him.
-How do you know?
Well, look around, Frank. Plus, he's made Miss Grumpy smile.
Only Liam does that.
You have to be Tracy.
How did you know that?
You're the only two clocking me.
-Got eyes in the back of your head, have you?
-No. I saw your reflection.
-Yeah. I guessed.
This is Frank, Liam's best friend.
-So, you look out for my brother?
-Yeah. He means a lot to us.
That's good to know.
So, why contact him now?
It felt like the right time.
Not for Liam.
Look, ever since I found out I had a kid brother,
which wasn't long ago,
I haven't stopped thinking about it.
It's like discovering another part of you.
I'm not doing this on a whim.
It's not been easy for me, either.
Liam thinks it's a wind-up.
Well, now you know it's not.
Now hurry up and get the bedding. Come on.
He's going to lose it when he finds that lot out there.
Now, where's that tenner?
Oh, no, no, no.
We haven't even started yet.
Get to work.
Anyway, I was passed from one home to another too,
I know what it's like in the system.
So you'll know Liam's vulnerable and confused now.
So how did you find him?
A mate of mine tipped me off about this kid,
Liam O'Donovan, being up in court.
Same name as my brother, so I went to the visitors' gallery.
Soon as I saw him...
well, you've read the letter.
You've got a mate who hangs outside of courtrooms?
He's a reporter.
-You just happened to mention Liam?
-He knew I had a brother.
Yeah, they don't let public into juvenile court.
All right. I see him getting caught with that woman's handbag.
And you didn't intervene?
Well, I didn't know it was Liam then.
Sorry, I have to take this.
What's the problem?
Understood. I'll see you soon.
I've got to go. We need to talk more.
Yeah, we do.
Tell Liam I'll be in touch again in a day or two.
You could have at least smiled!
Oh, come on! Come on! Oh!
I made it, I made it.
-Are you doing this deliberately?
It's seven o'clock.
You nearly missed your curfew, again!
I'm back, aren't I?
Oh, you've got to be kidding me.
How was the film?
Oh. Well, hello, Liam.
So what do you think? Should we put this in a modern art exhibition?
Ah, ah, ah. It's past seven o'clock.
You've got me good.
That's it. That is it!
Are you mad?
Oh, here we go.
Have you gone crazy?
You tell me, Mike, cos I come back from the cinema
and my room's in the garden.
-I thought you were meant to be in charge?
All of this stuff, back up to Liam's room.
-And you, into the office.
Anything you want to say, you can say here, can't you?
Why are you behaving like this? It's like you don't even care any more.
Maybe I don't.
Liam...take a look around you, right?
These kids, they look up to you.
What signal are you sending them?
That it's cool to mess your life up?
Don't you mean to be a criminal?
-That's what you think I am, isn't it?
You told me to look you in the eye and tell the truth. Guess what?
I didn't steal that woman's bag.
That's enough, Liam.
Do you know what?
He has a point.
OK, I'm sorry. I'm sorry.
I shouldn't have questioned you.
But if you keep heaping trouble on yourself,
honestly, I don't see a happy ending.
Liam, we're family here. Stop pushing us away, please.
You've got that wrong as well, Mike.
What do you mean?
I've got a family.
A real family.
-He's got a brother called Jack.
We've just been to see him.
OK, Liam, this is your last chance.
Break curfew again and you'll spend the rest of your sentence
in a youth detention centre.
I know the way out.
So, you were saying about Jack?
I know I went behind everyone's back,
but I did what I thought was right.
-Still, you should've told me.
What, so you're on each other's sides now?
The only reason I did this was because you two gave me no choice.
You were taking pot shots at each other all week.
-She's right about that.
You've got a brother. However much you try and block it out, he's real.
And he's not going away. And you're not here
to judge him, you're here to pick up the pieces.
She's right about that too.
-So you met.
-Well, he definitely wants to meet you.
He said he saw you getting arrested.
-Do you recognise him?
He's my brother? That's the guy that works at the DVD stall.
He saw the whole thing!
He could've stopped all this. He could've testified.
Liam? Liam! Where are you going?
Liam! Liam, stop!
I'll give you three for fifteen...
-You all right, "Bro"? Still selling pirate DVDs?
-You shouldn't be here!
-Why didn't you come forward? Did you enjoy me getting sent down?
-I felt sick.
-You still let it happen!
-I had no choice!
-There's always a choice.
Oh, that's right. Go on. Arrest me.
He's selling pirate DVDs, but arrest me for doing nothing.
It's OK, Bro, you just keep ripping off people. I'll take the fall.
If it's any consolation, we couldn't let you see him
if he's involved in criminal activities.
What consolation's that?
I spend six weeks in a detention centre. He gets away with it!
We don't know that yet. You gave your statement,
-and if they arrest him, they may well let you go.
Then I will fight them till they do!
Oh! You've changed your tune.
No. I just forgot a few notes for a while, that's all.
OK. Here it is.
For three months, I've been part of an operation
to bring down a film piracy ring.
You're a police officer?
But that stall was just the tip of the iceberg.
When you went to court, I wanted to come forward, but I was told not to.
It would've blown my cover.
I'm sorry, Liam. I really am.
-Bit late for that, isn't it?
-It's better late than never.
My boss isn't too pleased, but I've managed to pull a few strings.
You're free to go.
Someone'll be round later to get rid of that tag.
-So there's no detention centre?
-And no curfew.
And the original charge will be dropped from your record.
And we officially apologise.
But if you wouldn't mind, I'd like a word with my brother.
what I said to Tracy and your friend Frank still stands.
I want to get to know you.
In fact, I want you to come and live with me.
I own my own house. I live alone, so there's plenty of room.
If it doesn't work out, fine.
You can go back to being a care kid, if that's what you want.
I want my family,
and you're it.
What do you say?
I don't know.
I just need time to think.
Yeah, I know.
So, what are you going to do?
Going to live for the moment.
You know what I mean.
I don't know, Frank. It's just weird at the moment.
I don't think you should go.
You're my brother, man. You always will be.
No. I'm your friend.
Jack's your real brother.
-How are you?
-Yeah, good. Thank you.
-You know him. Tracy. Gina.
-You all right?
How you doing, mate? Good to see you.
What made you decide to move in with Cam?
I liked her. I knew she really cared about me
and I knew she'd be a great mum.
But I like it here. You,
Frank, Mike, Gina.
You all really care about me.
And we always will.
Look, Liam, you're going to be 16 soon,
so you're going to have to leave anyway, like Saff.
Life's an adventure.
No-one knows what the future brings.
So are you saying I should go?
It's your decision.
But if you want my advice, you should follow your heart.
But don't lose your head.
Mmm, real good.
I still can't believe you're leaving this place.
I've got to leave at some point, Saff.
To live with your brother, who's a policeman?
-But I never thought that would happen.
-Oh, the irony.
You're funny, Elektra.
We're really going to miss you, Liam.
It won't be the same without you.
Ooh! Well, I wouldn't be so sure!
Jeff wants to know if you're enjoying your party.
Yeah, I'm really enjoying it, Jeff.
Tee and Carmen organised it.
They finally did something right, then!
You will stay in touch, won't you? Door's always open.
Not that you ever needed the door.
'Course I will.
See you, mate.
Think I'm catching a bit of Tracy's hay fever, you know.
Must be the high pollen count!
Just going to make sure I've got everything, all right?
Adios, Dumping Ground.
Going without saying goodbye?
I hate goodbyes, you know that.
Come here, big fella.
I'll be in touch.
Let's go, Bro.
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