Synopsis: A feature length, theatrical documentary on the life of Paul Gascoigne, one of the greatest English footballers that ever lived: delving deep into his psyche, vulnerabilities, fears and triumphs.
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Growing up, Keith, who was my best mate,

I used to be at his an the time.

His mum, Maureen, was a lovely woman.

His dad, Harry, was sound, you know,

he always watched Keith play

and he used to have a car and he used to

take you to the matches and that.

I just felt like I had two families at that age.

You know, I was fortunate.

And me and him used to go

to Redheugh Boys Club,

and his little brother, Steven.

One day, his mum says,

"Look, Keith, take Steven."

And he was eight,

and you know how brothers are

and he went,

No, I'm not going if Steven's going."

And she went, "Paul, will you take Steven?"

I went, "Yeah, I'll look after him."

But I was only 10.

I was only 10.

So I'm taking Steven. Must have been

about 300 yards up the road, 200 yards.

And we went in the shop and

I said, "Quick, let's run,

and then we run out of the shop

and he was ahead of me by about a yard

and a car hit him.

It was horrific. He must have went

about 30 yards in the air,

about six foot off the air

and just stayed that level

and shoes come off, he was hit that hard.

I ran down the street,

knelt down on my knees,

and put him on my lap,

and I was just seeing his lips moving a bit,

and I want to talk, so I'm, like,

"Come on, Steven, you all right?"

And I seen his lips moving,

not knowing that was his last movement.

And I was stuck with this and I...

He passed away.

He didn't move, obviously,

and I was just, like, screaming.

"Help, Help," and this guy

wouldn't get out of the car.

And then I just seen

his mum coming, Maureen,

she come running over and I was like...

You know, I think that was my first funeral,

and it wasn't, wasn't nice.

I was only young and I didn't

I didn't know how to take it.

I remember Keith

coming upstairs and he went,

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