to, and I’d like you to put it
(water off a duck’s back)
You’re upset, and I understand
that. The point I’m making. Is that
I don’t know how you’re staying
conscious - you could go up any
not, and once you go up, you won’t
just go up a bit, you’ll go up a
you’ll be screaming at me to put
I’ve got a negotiator on his way to
the A-fifty-eight between Bradford
As they knew he would be.
He says the big thing. Is to keep
I think we’ve got that covered.
Back to CATHERINE and LIAM.
I’m Catherine, by the way. I’m
forty-seven, I’m divorced, I live
with my sister - who’s a recovering
heroin addict - I have two grown-up
children. One dead and one who
doesn’t speak to me. And a
LIAM’s intrigued, but reluctant to ask
Why - ? Why doesn’t he speak to
Oh, it’s complicated. Let’s talk
DAY 1. 11.30
We see the NGA logo, and in case we’re in any doubt, we also
INDUSTRIAL REFRIGERATION. 42-year-old KEVIN WEATHERILL’s
sitting waiting to see his boss. KEVIN’s the firm accountant.
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