Enterprice

Synopsis: Kazim and Jeremiah are two young entrepreneurs in the early stages of rolling out their home delivery business Speedi-Kazz. We follow this fledgling enterprise and this awkward bromance in this sitcom pilot.
 
IMDB:
6.0
Year:
2017
24 min
23 Views


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Myles, turn it off and

get ready for school --

I'm not going to tell you again!

Hi. My name's Kazim Adedayo,

and I am the founder and

co-owner of Speedi-Kazz.

"What's that?"

Speedi-Kazz is an errand service

that picks up whatever you need

and delivers it straight

to your front door.

Where are you lot hiding the cameras?

Sorry what? Look, hold on.

Psst, big man. Big man!

- Where is she, then?

- What?

Stop being dumb, man! Where's Kazzandra?

Look, I haven't got time

for your games, yeah?

So if you and your reality TV

show don't get away from my door,

I'm going to call the

mandem down here and...

Oh, no, no! Look, um... Look.

I received a message from this

address requesting for the service.

Ahh, this boy! Myles!

- Why you always shouting my...?

- Shut your mouth and explain this!

Basically, one of my

bredrens told me about

this new delivery service,

Speedi-Kazz, and I thought I'd

do something nice and get one

of your jackets dry cleaned.

I swear you lot already paid for it.

Yeah, he's right, madam.

As you're Speedi-Kazz's fourth

customer, on behalf of the company,

we have already covered the

cost of your dry cleaning.

Erm... OK, well... get yourself

ready for school, then, Myles.

Are you blind? Can't you see I'm going?

All right, then. Well, have a nice day.

Mum, I don't need a kiss. I'm...

Stop! All right...!

He thinks I'm his mate.

Yeah, but I don't know if I'm

coming back for third year.

Yeah, but surely you understand

that I don't want to pay

nine grand for something I

might not even be doing.

Yeah, but I thought the student

finance deadline was months away.

I... I didn't get the e-mail.

Look, I'm going to have

to call you back. Yeah.

Yep, I'll call you back.

Hi Speedi-Kazz services,

Jeremiah speaking.

What have I told you?

- What? - Let the business phone

ring out longer. All right?

- People will think we ain't

busy, you know? - But we aren't.

But your mum.

- What you saying?

- You good? How'd the delivery go?

Yeah, it was calm, man. Proper.

Our name's getting out there, you know?

- How are you late, man?

- Oh, just family stuff, innit?

Brother, you've got to separate

family and business, you know?

- Professionalism, yeah?

- Kaz! I'm sorry.

I got something for you.

Read it with an open mind, all right?

Kaz, we're just recording

a two-minute video.

We explain who we are,

what the business is about

and then we're done -- we

don't need a script, bruv.

Hey, the deadline for the

application is today.

We need some sort of structure!

Listen, brother, we

smash this application,

we make it through to

the interview stages.

We make it through to

the interview stages,

we smash that -- how

much do they give us, J?

- Nah, you're just going to...

- How much do they give us, J?

Go on...

50,000.

Money, money, money, money! Eh!

Money!

Money, money, money, money! Eh!

Laugh, laugh. Laugh for once in your life.

Look, just remember, we

ain't the only business

applying for funding, yeah?

I hear dat, I hear dat, brother.

Anyway, look man, I've got to bounce.

- Got a quick Skype meeting

to attend to. - With who?

- Your mum.

- Of course.

Meet me at the printing

shop for 2:
30. All right?

- We need to hand out some more flyers.

- All right, OK.

And don't forget your debit card, bro.

Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.

Why am I bringing my debit card?

- I asked for 200 extra flyers

to be printed out. - Kaz!

Bro, bro, bro, I would

have got this one, yeah?

- But, like, all my money's gone.

- So why didn't you ask me first?

Just use the money from your savings.

- No, bruv, you should have

asked me... - Hey! Hey!

Look, five or six years

down the line, yeah,

these investments will be nothing.

We're just starting out,

so chill out. You get me?

All right?

All right! You get me!

- All right. Meet me at

2:
30, all right? - All right.

Keep it speedy, brother. Cool.

- Hey, Dad!

- Kazo, Kazo! How are you?

Mo wa OK. Bawo ni tings in Nigeria?

My son can speak Yoruba now?!

How are things with me? I am fine.

Kazim, where's your mum?

She's gone to yoga with Aunt Bola.

Kazim, can you wire me some money?

Just for a few investments, you know?

Erm, Dad, remember? I don't do the

kid entertainment stuff any more.

I'm running Speedi-Kazz full time now.

What is speed...? Who is speeding, boy?

No, Speedi-Kazz -- the

name of my business.

Ah...

~

Dad, are you OK?

Kazim? Just tell your mother to

wire 80 into my account, hmm?

I have to go. I have a few

meetings. Just 80, please.

Yeah. I'll speak to you soon.

I love you.

You all right, brother? You good?

This for you. I'll see you soon.

All right, take care. Hello! Put that...

Hi. Hi.

- I recognise you -- Andre?

Jermaine? - Kaz... - Leon?

- Kaz. Kaz!

- Yeah?

I don't think we should be standing

outside the school gates like this.

Yeah? It doesn't feel right.

After today's delivery,

yeah, I deeped it. Yeah?

Young people -- that's

our targeted audience!

Hey, hey, all they have to do is

put us on Snapchat, all right?

We go viral -- boom!

Speedi-Kazzy makin' moneyz.

Yeah, but it still

doesn't feel right, bruv.

Hey, giving birth --

would that feel right?

I wouldn't know.

I heard it feels like you're taking a poo.

But it's still got to happen, brother.

Part of human cycle and all that.

But that's not the same thing.

That's what they want you to think.

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