The Big I Am

Synopsis: A cruel twist of fate catapults small time crook Mickey Skinner into the big league, as head of a brutal London gang poised on the brink of a lucrative human-trafficking deal
Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Director(s): Nic Auerbach
Production: Entertainment One
105 min

Napalm? Nerve gas?

You name it, man --

these fuckers will live through it.

Bruv, just scrape the fucking

cobwebs off

and call what's-his-name. Please.

It's blighted, Skin.


You smoke this shit and...

What we've got here is

a fox-in-the-hole situation, old man.

I'm gonna flush 'em out.

Run 'em out of town.


- Run 'em out of town?

- Yeah.

They're not the Viet-fucking-Cong.

They're little spider mites.

Call them what you want, chief,

they're the enemy.

All right, look,

Robbo has got 10 grand invested

in this little venture.

And he wants his money

really, really quick.

You two go back a long way, man.

Just tell him that, well...

"Just tell him that... you know."

He's a shark, Keys.

He's not some mate that just lent me

I think I should come with you.

Not sure that's gonna help.

- See you later.

- See you.


[Humming Wagner's

"Ride of the Valkyries"]

[lmitates explosion]

You've got 30 seconds

to take care of the alarm.

What's the matter, Rixie?

You not happy in your work?

[Alarm blaring, man shouts]

We'll talk about it inside.


Good evening, Don.

How you doing?

Now, we could do this the easy way,

let the kid live...




Who set this up?

There's no nice way of saying this,

Don, so I'll just say it.

It was one of your own.

I know -- if you can't trust

your friends...

I'm not gonna mess you about.

'Cause you're the fucking expert,

after all. We're just amateurs.

But we can still make it hurt.



Go and sort it out, then.

Got it.

It's upstairs in the office.

"The Fall of Don Barber."

That's a repeat I'd stay in for.

Wake him up!

Talking to my-fucking-self here.

Wha... What's that?

What was that?

You got something to say?


Leave it! Leave it!

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