Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels

Synopsis: Eddy (Nick Moran) convinces three friends to pool funds for a high-stakes poker game against local crime boss Hatchet Harry (P.H. Moriarty). Harry cheats and Eddy loses, giving him a week to pay back 500,000 pounds or hand over his father's pub. Desperate, Eddy and his friends wait for their neighbors to rob some drug dealers, then rob the robbers in turn. After both thefts, the number of interested criminal parties increases, with the four friends in dangerously over their heads.
Genre: Comedy, Crime


Bargain, that's a bloody bargain if I ever heard one. Ten pounds you

say? I'll have five.

Certainly sir. I'll just wrap.

Changing his attention.


Excuse me misses, sorry sir, ladies first and all that.

A tourist spectator, rather than a buyer, has been. put on the spot.

She fumbles through her bag hastily all too aware of the attention of

the crowd, of which she is now the focus. She passes her money like

it's contaminated. Others follow suit.

Buy 'em, you better buy 'em; they're not stolen, they just never been

paid for.

This really stokes the fire. The money can't come fast enough. Just as

business reaches its peak there is a call of alarm from the first

enthusiastic punter, who seems to be rather more familiar than he first




Bacon's expression changes dramatically. A series of crash zooms

between Ed's, Bacon's and a third party's eyes (the police) reveal

there is a problem. They're off: EDDY and BACON run like they have done

this before. They go down an ally; Ed jumps some stairs, we freeze.



Ed can run fast, talk fast, eat fast, and play cards fast, but he's

fucking slow when it comes to spotting the roz.



The reason he is called BACON is he spent so much of his youth in the

police station that people thought he was one of them. But he is a big

boy now and it is time to move on.

We cut to a shot of Ed as he lands. He has made good distance.


EDDY arrives at a grocer's shop. We meet Tom. Tom is talking to Nick

the Greek.


What are you talking about? I am bloody skinny, pal.


Of course you are. All right, Ed.


Nick the Greek, always a pleasure. All right Tom, what you been eating?

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Submitted by acronimous on June 06, 2016


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