One Mile Away

Genre: Documentary
Director(s): Penny Woolcock
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91 min

Cos are we really winnin'?

Are the kids grinnin'?

When shots go off

in a man's christening

They say niggers don't listen

All this black on black

Will there be peace

now that Silk's missing?

13's missing?

- Look. See that there?

- A wall.

- And that there?

- Yeah.

Slugs. Right there and right there.

- Unfortunately, I was the target.

- You were the target?

- Yeah, right here.

- Bloody hell.

How fast you can get

into the alley there.

Look at the gate.

It's got a padlock on there now.

I would have been dead.

Aston, home of gun crime, G.

Pop, pop, pop, pop.

Zoom on a motorbike. Jump off.

That's some next shit, blood.

I'll be duckin' and divin'

Bustin' at hood niggers mainly

I got shot once

That's enough shit for me, baby

Shine a gun, rude boy

I'm staying daily...

You see a man walking, catching,

you run upon him, so he don't see.

Now, if you're doing that,

you're living like that,

then you're gonna wanna be aware

of some people doing that to you.

You have to be on point.

Especially, if you're at the height

of shit that's going down,

you have to be very on point.

You moan about the people

that are gone and you just think,

"How many more people have to go

because these people have gone?"

And, like, ain't there no way,

like, you know..?

If we could ask these people

what they really want, like,

you're never gonna

come back and live,

but what would you want?

I guarantee you,

half of them will say,

"To stop killing each other.

You don't wanna be here like this. "

This cannot be living.

I don't believe this is

what we were put here to do,

just do what we're doing.

I think there's more to it than this.

So what did you do?

Phoned Penny up, yourself,

cos you'd finished doing the film,

so I know you had connections

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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