Synopsis: A married couple moves back to its childhood village to start a family, but a surprise visit from the husband's brother ignites sibling rivalry and exposes lies embedded in the couple's relationship.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Dictynna Hood
Production: MVD Entertainment Group
  1 win & 2 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
85 min

- Carefully we put a life in it.

David! David! David! You...

I can't believe you did that! It's not funny! It's not funny....

- So how long is it since you've been back home?

- Well, about six years since I've been back in these parts.

How come you and David haven't been in touch?

Davy was making his way in London; and he got kind of lost, didn't he?

Oh I love this sound. God. Fucking hell! Hello, mate!

-F*ck me!

- Back from the dead, eh?

- I can fucking sort you out, mate, I'm bigger now.

Now, you watch out for this one, Dawn.

- So you look after it for Sharon's dad now?

- Married her. He's dead, thank Christ

Don't tell her I told you that, eh, Dawn?

- You want one of them?

- No, I'm good, thanks.

Thank you.

Here you go. Thanks. All right, Miss Grate?

These are for you.

What? It's not bad. I'll tell you about being bad.

Number two, The Hastings. Cathy Histen hang herself;

nobody found her for a week'cause nobody gave a f*ck about Cathy Histen.

Number 3, The Hastings. Jacky Gross - beat his wife for twenty years.

But he wasn't a bad boy because he did all the football scores on the radio

when he was driving buses.

Oh goody, old Forge! That's come up in a world.

They used to have all cobwebby windows and have,

like, a horses hoof, right down there.

He was having sex with his daughter. He was.

Everybody knew about it.

Homely. Haha,Homely.

She had three kids and she drawn herself and the two of them in the quarry pond.

Don't know what happened to third, poor little sod.

- I met an evil spirit in this church, aye, when I was seven.

- You did not.

- I did.

Made me what I am. That and the army.

That will ward them off - the spirits.

Sweet to the sweet.

Go on.

Have a good day.

We all know the first line, OK? So when I count to one, two, three,

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