The Rise & Fall of a White Collar Hooligan

Synopsis: When unemployed soccer hooligan Mike Jacobs encounters an old friend during a bloody pregame brawl, he finds the answer to his problems - credit card fraud. But before long, the fast paced world of easy money and beautiful women descends into a violent struggle for survival.
Genre: Crime
81 min

- Nothing dodgy. It's all above board.

Easy money for a bit of driving

I'm trying to throw my mate's way.

Yeah, I bet. With dodgy little packages

in the back seat of the motor.

Mike, that is really harsh.

Ed, you grew up five minutes

away from me, son. Look at you now.

With a whistle, birds wrapped

round you in a place like this.

You're either a drug dealer

or you're in the music industry.

You wanna be a singer?


Mate, I gotta shoot off for a minute.

Let me take care of something.

I'll be back in a bit.

- Handwriting's good.

- What?



If you bothered to take a look,

which, I'm not gonna lie to you,

I'm pretty sure you haven't,

you'd notice that I've taken great care

to make everything nice and...

nice and legible.

Full of all the jobs

I've been applying for here.

- Mm-hm.

- And... And not been getting.

It's a competitive market.

Have you considered

going back to university?

- I left university a little while ago.

- Got kicked out?

Well, no. I didn't complete my degree.

Look, I just need something

that's a bit better than minimum wage

that takes half a brain to do,

you know what I mean?

Yes, but we've been sending you

on interviews.

But there's not many jobs around at the

moment and a lot of people out of work.

But do try again in a week or so.

I really am trying, babe. I sent my CV

to those agencies you gave me.

But, to be honest,

I ain't gonna hold my breath.

Well, don't lose hope, OK?

You'll find something

that not only pays well,

that's enjoyable

and that challenges you.

You'll find it soon.

Thank you.

Thank you for making my lunch break

more bearable.

Well, thank you for buying me lunch...

...and maybe renewing my season ticket?

Baby, do you think we should be

a little bit more careful with money?

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