Chains of Gold

Synopsis: Scott Barnes (Travolta) is an alcoholic turned social worker hellbent on saving a young boy named Tommy (Lawrence) from self-destructing when he finds out he has begun selling crack in an organization called YIP, run by Carlos (Bratt).
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama
Director(s): Rod Holcomb
  1 nomination.
95 min

Michael. Jesus, Michael.

- Are you all right?

- What you got there?

Benny, I'm totally clean, I swear.

I'm totally clean. I wasrt doing anything.

I'm totally clean, all right?

He looks bad. We should get him to a doctor.

- You're supposed to sell it, not smoke it.

- Yeah, but...

But what? You supposed to be here?

I was supposed to find him.

You found him.

Get your little butt back on the street

oryou're in the pit!

Take this f*ck to Madison House. He's dead.

He's got an address, proof of being disabled,

and there's record of his birth at the hospital.

He needs the birth certificate.

He doesn't have six dollars to buy it.

That's not my problem.

Don't be an asshole. Just call and verify.

I'm sorry, I can't.

- If you don't, I'll approve it myself.

- You try it.

Watch this.

- I don't believe you did that.

- Believe it.

All right, Mr simms, we are outta here.

- I'm reporting you to Donaldson.

- His extensiors 352.

- How'd it go, scott?

- I don't know, Ed.

For once I would love to solve a problem

without this goddamn paperwork.

You'd better get on it.

There's a review coming up.

Tell somebody who gives a shit.

That kind of attitude

will catapult you right to the top.

I gotta get out of here.

Look, I'm gonna do some field work, all right?

I'll coverforyou like I usually do.

- There you go.

- Thanks.

- Beat it!

- Hold it, man!

- Help! Help!

- Hold it!

- Got it!

- Let go! Help!

He's got my briefcase!


That's it! Come on, give it up!

Give me the case, man. Come on.

(Black man) Come on, man.

- (# Blaring hip-hop)

- Hey, Pedro. How you doing?

- (Knock at door)

- (TV) 'Don and Barbara, you've won the stereo,

'the furniture and $2,000 in cash... '

- Hi!

- Hi, Rachel.

- scott, how you doing?

- How are you?

- We missed you.

- I missed you. What are you working on?

Puzzle. Mom, scott's here!

- so.

- Hi.

- Finally, you come to see us.

- It hasn't been that long.

- It's been long.

- How's your leg?

You brought food.

You could get fired forthat.

she always says that.

What's this? somebody's had

a pretty good summerthis year?

It's nothing. Tommy bought Mom

a new dress for her birthday.

Oh, yeah? Did he buy herthe TV, too?

- It's nice, huh?

- Where'd he find that kind of money?

- says he found a wallet.

- Awallet?

What'd your mother say?

she says she loves her new TV

and she looks wonderful in her new dress.

- Where is he?

- He's sleeping.

sleeping? It's two in the afternoon.

What's he sleeping for?

Tommy, what are you doing?

- Tommy.

- scott. Where you been?

- I thought you were my pal.

- I am but I'm sleeping.

Well, get up. I want to see you.

Look, I gotta finish this dream.

- What are you dreaming?

- I'm dreaming I'm sleeping.

Well, I got lunch out there foryou,

so get up, OK?

Come on, get up.

scott! Turn that thing off!

Rachel, there was a pack

of cigarettes in this. Thanks.

You know I can't have that.

About time you got up.

- Hey, my show.

- All right, sleepyhead.

You are up.

(Mom) she won the car!


Must've been up pretty late last night.

I don't know.

Tom. How's about you and me

going down to the centre tomorrow

and shooting some hoops?

- No. I got otherthings to do.

- Come on, Tom.

Just you and me, like old times.

say yes.

Come on. say yes.



You wear some very nice clothes these days.

so you like 'em?

Yeah. Wish I could afford to dress that way.

Where'd you get the money?

- How long you had that tattoo?

- It's awesome, huh?

It's all right. When you're an old man, though,

you gotta wear long-sleeved shirts.

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