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Don't listen to anyone dissing your dream.
You've only got one life, son.
You've got to grab it with both hands.
How do you know Amber?
-If it wasn't for her, I wouldn't be here.
You tried to kill yourself?
I want Belinda to live with us, while she finds somewhere to stay.
Here? No chance.
Sorry, Amber. Lenny's right.
It was nice to meet you. Both of you.
Don't. I'm not in that place.
'We will never just be friends.
'Not after everything we've been through.'
We thought maybe you needed a new challenge, you know?
I'm here to tell you, as of now, Amber will be running this place.
My name's Patrick and I was abused.
Without corroboration, we won't be able to proceed any further.
'You can't let this Anderson destroy you
'and stop you living a normal life.'
All those people and no-one will testify?
Angel, he's going to get away with it.
MUSIC: Everything In Its Right Place by Radiohead
DOG BARKS IN DISTANCE
My name's Patrick Adams.
Unbelievable! I swear
this thing's broke or something.
It's no' right.
I mean, even guys with nae teeth have got a couple of matches.
Well, you'd be better off not checking it every five seconds.
I'm no' getting any younger.
I need to find somebody before I lose my looks.
Oh, aye, easy to laugh when you're all loved up.
You don't have this stress.
Yeah. No stress.
I'm sorry. I didn't mean that.
I just don't want to end up some lonely, old man
in a house full of cats.
Do you want to date Patrick?
What? No, what I'm saying is, I'm jealous of him.
So you've got a thing for me, Bob?
No... I-I didn't mean that.
Why, do you...do you not find me attractive?
Aye, I-I mean...of course, you're...
That'll be Patrick coming the now.
You're winding me up!
-You nearly had me there!
-It's good to see you squirm.
You should be sorry - if I have to listen to
another minute of Greensleeves, I'm putting this phone through the wall!
Well, I want to know what's happened to half my housing benefit.
Jenny doesn't live here right now, but she's at uni,
no' on Mars.
Well, isn't it illegal to slash my money without no warning?
Listen, pal, I've got two more mouths to feed.
If you think that you're...
-Who did that to you?
-Nobody. I'm fine.
Yeah, look at us and say that.
Bubba, Patrick, yous are going to both have to chip in
if you're wanting to keep a roof over your heads, right?
Right, where's my bag? This is all I need!
What's happened to you?!
I went to see an old friend.
It's just somebody I used to know.
What's that supposed to mean?
Was he in the home with you?
I don't get it. Why did you want to see this guy?
I had to do something.
The police haven't found anyone that'll support Patrick's story.
It's not a story!
I know, I'm sorry, erm...
None of the other survivors want to come forward.
What? Do they not want to see him punished?
What does this mean?
It's going to go to trial with just your evidence?
Means there's not going to be a trial.
So they're just going to let him go free? Is this a joke?
All right, Mum?
You're home early.
Ah, free period.
I see. How's school going?
Just fine? Nothing exciting to report?
What about that chemical leak?
It was on the news. They had to evacuate the school.
Oh, aye, aye. That's why they sent me home early.
So you've been treated already? For the exposure?
I need to phone Jules.
What's the matter?
Nothing, I've just not spoke to her since the evacuation and that.
Well, that makes sense, seeing as there was
no chemical leak and you've no' been to class in a month!
It's not what it looks like.
You shouldn't be reading my letters anyway!
-No, I'm serious!
You'll be seriously sorry if you don't start explaining yourself!
You need to respect my privacy!
Do not walk away from me, Andrew McLean!
So what's the plan now?
Getting this pervert.
Just forget it.
No. Do you not want justice?
Look, there's nothing else I can do.
That sick freak took advantage of you! You can't just give up.
How many other boys were in that place?
Look, I've tried, right?
None of them are getting back to my messages.
So try again! This isn't over.
He's no' walking away from this.
Just gonnae leave it, Bob?
I'm telling you, he's not here.
You think you can run from me?
-See, Dad? She's lost it.
-Let's all take a breath, eh?
Whatever he's done can't be that bad.
Oh, of course he hasn't told you. Too ashamed.
I'm no' ashamed.
Someone want to fill me in?
Your genius son thinks he's learned everything there is to know.
No, I don't! School isn't for everybody!
You're dropping out?
He's been lying to us for weeks!
Can I get you a cup of tea?
I'm 16. I can leave if I want to!
-It's my decision.
-It's not your best!
Roll and bacon?
Since when did you care about education?
Since that school sent your sister on her way to being a doctor.
Well, I'm no' Jenny, and I'm no' going back.
Oh, you're going back. Nine o'clock tomorrow. End of.
You never even finished school.
And look how well that turned out!
Aye, well, don't worry - I'll no' end up like you.
That'll never happen.
Hey! There's no need for that.
On the plus side,
anyone that can fool you for this long deserves a medal.
You better fix this.
OK, I'll talk to him when he comes back.
You'll talk to him now! I've got enough problems of my own
and I'm sick of being the only parent around here.
OK. Sure. Leave it to me.
I really thought he was out.
I can feel that, you know.
Your eyes on me.
What, so I can touch, but I can't look?
It's the yearning that bothers me.
Next you'll be sniffing my hair and scratching our initials into a tree.
This was the last time, OK?
You say that every time.
I mean it. I'm getting too old for booty calls.
Maybe we should do something different. Dinner?
What, in public?
Yeah, you're right.
I guess I'll have to get somebody else to help me with my enquires.
There's no rush, is there? If this is the last time.
Ignore her. Come on.
Nope, no, I'm free.
Look at me.
Let me just take a look.
It's all right.
You don't know who I am, but I think you can help me.
Doing a spot of gardening, Drew?
You no' got anything better to do than follow me around?
Er...not really, no.
I'm just stashing some gear, all right?
What sort of gear? Bennies? Goofballs?
You think this is about drugs?
I think you'd better start talking.
Are you Thomas Brooks?
Thanks so much for meeting me.
Right. Looks pretty standard.
Technically, you're supposed to let the council know
if a child moves out.
I need that money, Ellie! I've got bills to pay.
All right! Don't shoot the messenger.
Mum, I can't do this.
Course you can.
I'll need to claim something else.
Everyone's getting that Working Tax Credit these days.
-You don't work.
-This is stupid.
When am I ever going to need to know about atoms?
Aw, I'm sorry, Ruby. I would try and help you,
but I was always rubbish at science.
My back's been playing up for weeks.
It looks fine to me.
I wish Jenny was here.
I wish she was here, too,
then I wouldn't be getting screwed by the government.
Well, maybe you should try and get a proper job.
I don't interview well.
You could always have another baby.
That was a joke. Please don't.
Why can't I just quit school like Drew?
Your brother will be going back to school first thing tomorrow,
and so will you, with that homework done.
You can do it. Girl power and all that.
SHE INHALES SHARPLY
You're not going to like it, but...
it says here, if any of your children
leave full-time education, then...
So what are you telling me?
You're a professional footballer now?
Well, no' yet anyway.
I'm mainly cleaning the dressing rooms, doing odd jobs.
Like a boot boy?
They're no' paying me, but I get to use all the club facilities.
I've even trained with the first team a few times.
If I work on my strengths, they might even give me a trial.
Some people don't even get this far.
When I'm finished school, I'll be 18 and the chance could be gone.
I might no' get another one.
Are you ever going to stop talking?
No' until I've convinced you it's the right thing.
You're wasting your breath. I was sold before you opened your mouth.
-Look at you.
I mean, if I was half as passionate about anything, I'd be...
a very passionate man! You're going after what you want, son.
Who am I to stand in your way?
Do you think Mum will understand?
Ha-ha! Good one(!)
Ever thought of locking the door? Anyone could wander in.
Have you figured out how to turn on the alarm yet?
No, I've had enough of locked doors, haven't you?
Thought you could use some supplies.
I can do my own shopping.
Supermarket was on my way.
From the flat?
Er, no. I came from a meeting.
What's wrong? You frightened we're going to end up naked?
Er, I've got more self-control these days.
Really? I haven't.
Was there a reason you wanted to see me?
I'm bored out of my mind here.
Bee, I've got two businesses to run.
Exactly. Must be nice to have something to do.
Tell you what, I'll check my diary.
See when we can spend some proper time together.
And here, in case you need anything else in the meantime.
It's not your money that I want.
It's not charity. It's just one friend helping out another.
I'll pay you back.
I kind of did something.
I met with Thomas Brooks.
You needed my help.
You were trying to contact him anyway.
-So I couldn't just sit back and do nothing.
-So is that what you think I'm doing, nothing?!
I don't mess about with your life, do I? You had no right!
Patrick! He said he'll do it. He'll back up everything you've said.
We've got him.
MUSIC ON RADIO
Hey, big brother. Got you some cake from The Oyster.
You realise I own the place,
so technically all the cake's mine?
OK. So treat yourself.
What are you after?
What are you after?
I need a job for a friend. She's done cafe work before.
Staffing's up to AJ.
I thought you "own the place". Come on, Alex.
Let me guess - this friend's just got out of jail?
She's a hard worker with a good head for business.
Why are you not hiring her, then?
I wish I could, but I don't have any openings.
You're telling me if I walked into the club right now,
I wouldn't see a big sign asking for bar staff?
It wouldn't be a good fit.
Belinda's in recovery. Six years.
I can't surround her with alcohol.
I suppose she's allergic to treadmills, too?
What's with you today? Has Dr Jandhu cut off your prescription?
I'm just fascinated that you can't find room for your friend in
one of your many businesses.
We spent every day together for four years.
She just doesn't want us to be joined at the hip right now.
Right. Belinda would hate that.
Ooh! Victoria sponge.
You know, I thought we could talk like grown-ups, but obviously not.
-Hope you paid for that.
He's quit school to be a boot boy?
-I think I explained it badly.
-Then try again.
Think of it like volunteering.
-He's not even getting paid?
-I know it's not what you wanted.
For my son to give up on his life at 16? No, it's no'!
He's not giving up on his life.
If this football thing works out...
I've got lottery tickets that might work out.
I really think you should talk to Drew.
I'll talk to him, all right.
I should never have sent a man to do a parent's job.
I feel like we should celebrate.
This is the first thing that's gone right in months.
Aye, right, let's not get carried away with ourselves here.
KNOCK ON DOOR
This is what you wanted, right?
-It's just a lot to take in.
But aye, thanks.
Sorry to interrupt. I need a word with Patrick.
How, what's up?
Maybe you'd rather talk in private?
No, no, they're fine.
OK, erm, listen. I know it's infuriating when things move slowly,
but you can't show up on people's doorsteps, dragging up the past.
He went to the polis? I was the one that ended up covered in blood?!
How do you know what's happening in that man's life?
It's up to him whether he chooses to come forward or not.
Aye. I know.
What do you expect him to do if you lot are chucking it?
I told your brother we are still trying.
Well, have you made any progress yet? Cos Bob has.
Aye. I found somebody who went through what Patrick did.
And he's not afraid to talk.
His name's Thomas Brooks.
You don't think we've been there already?
Yes. Look, trials of this nature are very delicate.
We need to have reliable witnesses.
Well, I know the guy looks a bit rough, but...
No, no. I'm talking about his mental wellbeing.
It wouldn't be fair to put Mr Brooks on the stand.
Sadly, he is a very troubled young man.
Aye, because of Anderson!
The fact is, we can't use his testimony,
and he shouldn't have told you otherwise.
You didn't give him any money, did you?
Ruby, tell me you finished your homework
before it accidentally fell on the floor?
I told you I can't do it.
Well, sometimes they make it hard so you really have to use your brain.
Whatever. School's a waste of time if you're stupid.
You are not stupid. Don't ever think that.
Will you have another go at it, please?
Just try your best.
I can't do it.
Can you do it for a fiver?
I hope you understand
that even by approaching potential witnesses,
you risk compromising our case.
I was only trying to help.
I know, but now I'm asking you to let me do my job, OK?
Maybe there's another way.
Were you not listening to what she said? We can't interfere.
Aye, with witnesses. But what if there's some other kind of evidence?
Gonnae just leave it, Bob?
Look, I screwed up. But it's not over.
-If I was you...
-But you're not me, are you? This isn't your life!
You got lucky.
DOOR OPENS What?
Gonnae just stay out of it, Bob, right? You've done enough.
What's going on? What were the polis doing here?
Make it stop!
Can you not remember four numbers?!
I've not got a good head for figures.
We could use a code of our own.
2012 - the year we got together.
Next time, I'll teach you how to work the shower.
You could do it now. I could do with a good scrub.
Tempting, but I'm not feeling dirty right now.
I've got you something.
What is it?
Oh, Bee, it's gorgeous.
That money was supposed to be for you.
Why don't you give me a job, Red?
Well, we've been through enough to know you can trust me.
-Right, so you don't want me around?
That's what you think?
You should have asked. Of course I'll hire you.
Yeah, I need someone at the gym.
Someone I can trust.
Good. This should be fun.
Right, we'll get a Chinese to celebrate.
You can take it out my wages.
Could you not have told her I was looking after sick puppies or something?!
No, she'd have wanted to see them.
I don't know, rats, then.
Give her time.
Your mum only wants what's best for you.
She doesn't know what's best.
Maybe. Maybe not.
Remember, she never had a chance to dream like us.
It's not my fault she got knocked up by three men
and spent her whole life on the buroo.
That's not fair. Caitlin's poured everything she has into raising you.
-You think she's been selfish?
-No, it's just...
She only wants you to have every opportunity she's missed
cos of bums like me.
Sure, there are parents out there who let you do what you want,
mums who throw money at problems and shrug when you're driven home
by the police for the 50th time.
But I'd take Caitlin over 100 of them, any day.
Do you still fancy my maw?
One can of worms at a time, eh?
TV IS ON
-All right, Ma?
-Couldn't sleep either?
Is he all right?
No. I don't think so.
I don't blame him.
I've been so busy, worrying about paying off all this debt and...
..Jimmy, and what Madonna's up to.
It's been a tough year, Ma.
That's not the point.
Shouldn't even be thinking about all that stuff when Patrick's...
It's not fair.
At least that stuff's important. I just worry about nothing.
I'm sorry I'm making yous feel so guilty.
That's not what we're saying.
I'm not deaf.
Sorry, Patrick, we shouldn't be talking about you.
-I'm just going to move out.
-Don't say that!
Well, I don't want to make your lives miserable.
We're just trying to understand what you're going through.
-Cos we're your family!
I've heard it before. Means nothing.
-What did you take it out on her for?
-Get out my face.
-You know how much she cares about you!
-Oh, do I?
Why won't you let anybody help you?
Because it's too late!
-You did my homework?
Sharper than I look, eh? Only took me half the night.
Wait - I can still keep the money, though?
Don't think this is happening again.
Go and get freshened up for school.
What the hell are those?
Couldn't find a white flag.
So you brought your nasty skids?
Course not. They're AJ's.
I thought I should say sorry.
I should have told you about leaving school.
Aye, you should, but maybe I overreacted a bit, too.
-Can you repeat that, please?
-Don't push it!
Look, I get it - you're not interested in getting your Highers,
but there's plenty of other courses you can do. Here.
I thought Dad explained.
You can still help out at the football club.
This isn't just a hobby! I need to prove myself.
By throwing away your education?
You'd rather I threw away my opportunity?
-Guys, white flag, remember?
I know you don't think I understand, but I'm begging you to reconsider.
Why are you so against this?
-Because I don't want to see you...
-You don't want to see me what?
Do you realise how much money we lose if you drop out?
Do you know what? You can stick your courses!
Haw! See you? You're sick!
You ruined my brother's life,
and I'm going to make sure you pay for it!
I'm sorry, I think you've got the wrong person.
No, I know who you are, Anderson, and I know WHAT you are.
How many other boys have you taken advantage of, eh?
Cos it wasn't just Patrick, was it?
I should have known it.
Would you please tell your brother to stop telling stories
about innocent people?
This is no joke, son.
Accusations like those are disgusting and hurtful.
I've done nothing to deserve this.
You think you're bulletproof, don't you?
Well, I don't care if this goes to court or not.
You're going to suffer.
Are you threatening me? I've got witnesses.
Good. They should know they're dealing with a paedophile!
Call the police.
Don't bother about that.
ELECTRONIC DANCE MUSIC
Detective Inspector. Can I help you with something?
Just doing my rounds.
Sometimes you have to be proactive in the fight against crime.
Any chance of a quiet word about our ongoing investigation?
I thought that case was closed.
Well, I can't rest until I'm satisfied I've explored every angle.
That's wise. Nobody likes a premature conclusion.
-Amber, do you need me?
-It's fine. I can handle him.
You should be careful, you know, dropping in like this.
People might think you're poking around in my business.
-Look who's here.
-Lenny. Always a pleasure.
You can't get enough of my family, can you?
Who's to say I'm not here for a workout?
Sorry, Detective. There's a waiting list.
I think she's being polite.
This place has a more exclusive clientele.
Really? Can't say the same about the recruitment policy.
Is there something going on here?
The Inspector's just saying it looks like the jail's spitting out
Actually, Belinda's learning on the job.
Lucky for her, the owner's a big believer in rehabilitation.
Unfortunately for the owner,
I think she's going to live to regret that decision.
Right, well, I'd hate to get in the way of a domestic.
Well, I'm sure you've got other people to bother.
Actually, I'm clocking off now.
Got a nice risotto recipe to try out this evening.
Lonely meal for one? That saddens me.
I appreciate your sympathy, Lenny,
but I'm sure I can rustle up some company from somewhere.
Next time he comes sniffing around here, you just give him the boot.
Aww, but it's so much more fun to play with them first.
Has it occurred to you he might actually be doing the right thing?
I've seen this before.
He gets some big idea in his head, but he won't see it through.
He might surprise you this time.
Pete, I know our son. He's allergic to effort.
OK, say you're right.
Explain to me how falling out with him's going to help anything.
Where are we going?
Where do you think?
You're wasting your time.
Why change the habit of a lifetime?
-Can we just go home?
-No. You need to see this.
This is our son's big dream! This is...
-OK, maybe this was a mistake.
Are you mad? I've never seen Drew clean anything in his life!
Where are you off to?
-Dressed like that?
Dressed like what, exactly?
Like you've found a new way to earn some extra cash.
-Who are you, my pimp?
-Hey, enough of that.
You should be happy your daughter's comfortable with her body.
Alex, are you going to make her stop?
You set her off.
I'm a grown woman.
What I wear and who I see is nobody's business but mine.
Tenner says she's just going to see Belinda.
Maybe you can do this to your room?
I like my own mess.
You don't get your football stuff from me.
Obviously. The guys at this team know what they're doing.
Do we need to pay for this?
No. Anyway, you know how much Jamie Vardy earns a week?
-That's not the big thing.
-What is it, then?
Look, what if they never give you that trial?
Course they will. Look how hard he's working.
-But what if it doesn't work out?
What are you trying to say?
I don't want to see you get your heart broken.
That'll not happen. I'm happy.
You're happy now and that's great, till it ends in disappointment.
You know the odds of making it as a player?
Aye, I do, I'm not stupid.
If it doesn't work out, there's hunners of jobs in football.
He could be a kit man or a chef...
or the lad who wears the big animal costume.
Look, I've got half a chance to play and I need to take it.
If I don't, I'll be kicking myself for the rest of my life.
Come on. We're a team, aren't we?
What do you think, Mum?
So exactly how rich is this Jamie Vardy guy?
Told you a bit of fresh air wouldn't kill you.
I know, sorry.
Stop saying sorry. You've got nothing to apologise for.
Aye, maybe not to you.
Look, go and speak to Bob.
Thought you wanted a drink?
I'm just glad you're out the house.
Now go. Fix things.
All right, mate?
What you up to?
Nothing. Just car insurance stuff.
Er, I wanted to...
No. Aye. I mean, me, too.
I was tired.
I shouldn't have got worked up.
Look, can we talk later?
You hiding something?
Are you off your nut?!
People need to know what he is.
I said I didn't want your help!
And I don't care! He has to be punished!
-Did you go and see him?
-What do you think?
I told you to stay out of it!
-Why can't you just leave it alone?
Because it should have been me!
It should've been me.
Someone looks satisfied.
Know a lot about satisfying women, do you?
Let's just say this isn't my first risotto.
Never thought I'd say this,
but your flat might be the only peaceful place I have left.
Not that it's one of my places.
Quite the routine you've got.
Fancy wine, home-cooked meal.
Only thing missing is the candles.
Well, I wouldn't want to give you the wrong idea.
And what idea would that be?
That...I'm the kind of man who has candles.
Would it be so bad if you had candles?
I guess not. As long as we're both aware of the danger.
I'm a big girl, Craig. I know all about fire safety.
You should get it. It's probably something really urgent.
PHONE RINGS AGAIN
What do you reckon?
She needs you to show her how teabags work?
-I'll have to call you back...
-Amber! I've had an accident!
The knife slipped. My hand... There's blood everywhere!
-Well, call an ambulance.
-No. Please. I need you!
OK, I'll be as quick as I can.
I'll be back as soon as I can.
It's good to have you home.
I was only at my dad's for a night.
I know, but still.
Prefer it here, anyway.
Two middle-aged men living together's just sad.
All that manky hair in the plughole.
And who is Kenny Rogers?
I'll tell you later. Go and get ready for dinner.
I'm doing salad.
Can we not have pizza?
Does Jamie Vardy stuff his face with pizza?
Are you trying to ruin my life?
That homework you did was all wrong!
I got shown up in front of my whole class.
It can't all have been wrong.
I got an F! This is typical, you can't do anything.
Well, I'm sorry. I tried my best!
I hate you!
I hope I grow up to be nothing like you!
Remember in school, when you got caught with that bag of weed?
What are you bringing that up for?
It was my weed.
That was the month before... you know.
Scarlett didn't get rid of me for smoking a bit of green.
I was as bad as you.
-We were boys.
-Well, I'm not any more. I need to make things right.
-No, you don't.
-You're my brother.
-Why can you not just leave it alone?
It's different. It didn't happen to you.
It's not just you that feels it.
Do you think I don't know that?
What happened with Anderson?
No' much. He wasn't alone.
But if it was just me and him...
I used to think about that, too.
Getting back at him.
What stopped you?
No' from where I'm standing.
There's some things I still...can't explain.
Like why you didn't fight him off back then?
I didn't mean that.
I was a scared, wee boy.
And Anderson...was like my mate.
Nobody else cared for me.
He abused you, and you're defending him?
I'm not defending him, I'm just...
So, you would have battered him?
-Aye, I would have.
-No, you wouldn't have.
You don't understand.
I'm trying to.
I should have kept out of it.
And I'm sorry for making things worse, all right?
Least you cared enough to try.
DOOR OPENS AND CLOSES
Are you OK?
Oh, right, I'm taking you to hospital.
No! It's not even that deep, look.
Don't. How did you even manage to do that?
I was slicing an onion.
I guess it's been a while since I've made my own meals.
-You need to put pressure on it.
-I can't. You've got to help me.
I forgot you've got a thing about blood.
What would I do without you, Red?
Come on, sit down.
Wow, look at you... I must have interrupted something.
Accidents happen. Don't worry about it.
Were you on a date?
No. If it was something important, I wouldn't be here, would I?
We're going to need a bigger towel.
You...you sure you don't want to talk?
Hey. Where's the beaming Caitlin I dropped off an hour ago?
What's Drew done now?
Nothing. It's me, I'm a failure.
Says the woman who raised a doctor
and a soon-to-be professional footballer.
I can't even do a 12-year-old's homework.
Ruby and Drew were right, I'm a waste of space.
Skint. Couldn't even finish school.
Actually, I think that one was my fault.
Do I look like I'm in the mood?
You were in the mood that night.
I'll, er, just be over here.
You know, if you wanted to go back to school yourself,
you'd do brilliant.
Maybe get some Highers.
Highers! What century are you living in?
The point is, I shouldn't be stuck on square one at my age.
Try being MY age and stuck on square one.
This supposed to be cheering me up?
You know, I'd give anything to be in your shoes.
Not because you're younger than me, but because you, Caitlin McLean,
are capable of anything.
You're the boss around here.
I heard you even took on Lenny Murdoch and lived to tell the tale!
You are the most formidable person I know,
and when you stop beating yourself up,
you'll realise there's nothing in this world you can't have.
What a load of crap!
I'm nobody's boss.
I can't even get a...
I want a job.
Pulling pints. None of this cleaning nonsense!
I don't...have any jobs.
Right. Mind that time you got me up the duff at 17
and left me in the dust with a wean?
I'll see you tomorrow for my first shift. Ha!
-How's it looking?
-Better, thanks to you.
Good. Well, I better get going.
I'm a mess, and you're going to run off to...
-whatever it was you were doing before?
-You'll be fine.
And anyway, I need to get home. I'm tired.
So sleep here. I mean, what if it starts bleeding again?
I'm not a doctor.
Look, I'm lonely, OK?
You've been trying to get me into bed ever since you got out.
When I got out, I had no family waiting for me.
No place to go.
But I thought I had you.
You did. You do.
It's just...things change.
I get it - you're not in that place any more.
And I'm so sorry if I've come on so strong.
But right now, I don't care if we can't be together,
I just need you to be here.
I'm here, Bee, OK? I'm not going anywhere.
TV IS ON, DOOR CLOSES
Turn that off.
Mum, before you say anything else, I didn't mean what I said earlier.
Three things. One, your mum's landed herself a new job.
-What is it?
Two, I'm booking you a tutor with my first wage.
And three, you're grounded!
Something funny, dropout?
-Good, cos you're grounded an' all, for lying.
Now get out my sight.
Talk all you want, baby.
I'm right here.
So, we good?
I'm going to the bog.
I think someone's been telling lies about me.
Whoa. Don't you have anything to say to an old friend?
Here's some advice - I'd drop these malicious accusations
if I were you, before somebody gets hurt.
I know your family's struggling, but there's nothing I can do with
these silly stories flying about.
I helped you before at the home, didn't I?
You were a lonely boy, but I was the only one that understood you.
Let me help you again.
Get away from him!
I never touched him. I've never touched him, have I, Paddy?
Shut it, sick paedo scum!
You check your facts.
Your brother was just explaining that he was mistaken about me.
Get lost, I'm warning you!
You were confused.
You didn't mean to invent those nasty stories.
Don't listen to him, Patrick.
You didn't mean to upset an old friend, did you, Paddy?
Did you, Paddy?
-HE BREATHES HEAVILY
You're getting what's coming to you!
PUNCHING AND GROANING
You didn't see anything, you got it?
Patrick, come on, come on. Hurry up.
What's going on?
Call an ambulance!
Angus, did you forget my birthday?
I have been planning this event for weeks.
-You're going to have to cancel.
This lot are trashing the place, and they've only been here an hour.
All on your own?
Trick or treat?
You can't hide what you're thinking.
You attacked Anderson? Are you stupid?!
You could go to the jail!
We need to act as though everything's normal.
-'I can't just leave.
-Yes, you can.'
We both can.
We could both go down for this, for a very long time.
Mr Quinn, can I have a word, please?
'It's Anderson. He's done what he said he would do.'
I said, look at me. Stop the lies about me, Paddy.
Take my hand and walk out with me right now.
My life's already ruined.
I say it was me and Bob gets to live a normal life.