Synopsis: When bike courier Chris witnesses what looks like a murder, his first instinct is to cut and run. But when his curiosity draws him back in, he's soon embroiled in a world of corruption, political power, and illegal bike racing.
Genre: Action, Thriller
101 min



Hello, girls.

Watch out!

There you go.

Right, I'll see you, boys.

Easy, fella.


Yes, mate.

Just one today.

- Thank you, Chris.

- Thank you.

- Sorry.

- No, wait. Stop.

It's not what you think. No, wait. Wait.

- Stop him. Stop him!

- Merde!

F***! F***.


Putain de sa race!


No, wait, stop... stop,

it's not what you think. No, wait. Wait!

I think you'll find it on his desk.

Oliver Yates's office.

I'm afraid the minister is tied up

with party conference meetings

for the rest of the day.

If you're looking for a comment,

you'll need to speak

to our press officer.

Thank you.

Yates. Yates.

I never...

I never meant to kill her.

It was an accident.

She was gonna go to the press.

No, no. You broke her neck.

You don't get to blame her.

- Give me the package.

- They're blackmailing me.

Hey, I'll fix this.

No, that's absolutely fine.

I'll send him a message now.

Ok, then. Alright.

Thank you very much. Thanks.

Alright then, thank you.

Hey. Thank you, Chris.

Bye, then.

Hello. Yeah, it's me.

What do you think I'm doing?

Has Yates been in touch yet?

Well, why the f*** not?

Don't tell me to calm down.

It's alright for you. They saw my face.

If they haven't been in touch

by tomorrow,

then we take the tape to the police.

Look, f*** him! F*** his money!

We should never have started this.




F***ing hell!

- Oh, my god.

- Sh*t, are you ok?

You scared...

You scared the sh*t out of me!

How'd you get in here?

- Well, you know me.

- I almost f***ing killed you.

Have you taken up golf?

You're such an old man.

It's will's. It's will's.

- So, how are you?

- Well, um, fine.

- I thought you were in oz.

- Yeah, I was.

- I missed the rain, didn't I?

- Yeah, I bet you did.

So, where am I sleeping?

Oh, what, till you decide

to f*** off again?

Ok. Yeah, I deserve that.

Look, I know I just left,

but I really messed things up and...

I'm only messing.

Ah, it's good to have you back.

I missed you, sis.

- Ah.

- I missed you too, bro.

But I hope

that you've learned some cooking,

because I know

I'm not getting rent off you, am I?

Sorry, give me one sec.

- Sh*t.

- What is it? What's wrong?

- Nothing.

- Don't look like nothing.

Kinda f***ed up.

Here, what's new? Oh, my days!

Look what the cat dragged in!

- Still pining for me?

- Desperately, babe. Well, come on.

- Are you ok?

- Uh, yeah. Yeah, I'm fine, honestly.

Don't worry about it.

Are you ready for that?


...qualifications that

they will need in the marketplace.

- Oliver Yates, education minister...

- No. I'm not having it.

F***ing tax-dodging lizards, they are.

His wife's hot, though. I'd do her.

- Yeah, you'd say that, wouldn't you?

- Will.

What? F*** off!

- Yes, Danni.

- You alright, mate? Nice to see you.

- F***.

- Alright, Suze?

- Are you staying here?

- Yeah.

Someone's gonna love that, I tell you.

F***ing prick,

you nearly took out my front wheel.

I will fix it. Ok? F***ing...

- Danni.

- Jake.

- Trix.

- Look who's back.

Didn't think we'd see you again.

Um, yeah. Well...

What, you, like, found yourself

or run out of money?

If you're back for the Alleycats,

you're wasting your time.

There'll only be one winner.

Uh, I don't think she flew halfway

round the world for an alleycat, mate.


For five grand, I'd fly anywhere, mate.

- So, nothing's changed?

- Well, some things have.

Think you still remember

how to ride that?

Alleycat. Alleycat. Has she gone soft?

No, I think that was

always your problem, wasn't it?

Hey, amigos! Who's thirsty, f***ers?

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