Everyday

Synopsis: Over a period of five years Karen takes her four young children on the long and laborious journey to visit her husband Ian,imprisoned for an unspecified crime. Away from the jail life goes on as the kids get into a fight over a taunt about their father by another school-kid and Karen,feeling lonely,sleeps with Eddie from the pub where she works. Towards the end of his sentence Ian is given a day out to spend with the family and disaster almost strikes after an allegation of drug smuggling,but somehow the family will pull through.
Genre: Drama
Production: Sundance Selects
  1 win & 5 nominations.
 
IMDB:
6.3
Metacritic:
55
Rotten Tomatoes:
73%
Year:
2012
106 min
Website
92 Views


ALARM CLOCK BEEPS

Come on, boys.

Got all your clothes laid out.

Come on now.

You've got to get up, we've not got

a lot of time this morning.

Doesn't want to go.

That's enough.

There we go.

Katrina, try to sit up

and have something to drink.

Try not to spill it now.

'On no account release the pod. '

'What's that? '

'Contact Scott.

Rendezvous in Thunderbird 2 hangar. '

Yes!

Now, put your coat on, Shaun.

Put your hood up.

I got mine!

Right, got everything?

Yeah.

We're not going to the bus stop.

Not yet. We're going here first.

Come on.

Knock! Is she there?

Hello.

Put your hood up, baby.

Hold onto my hand. Wait.

Let's go! Come on!

Robert! See if they've got a seat.

Oh, it's just too full.

Let's go further up.

Where are we going?

Going to London.

Why are we stopped?

I don't know.

This is strange.

Can I have a drink?

Yeah.

Can't get it open.

I can't get it open, Shaun.

Are you strong?

Yeah.

Show me your muscles.

I've got some.

Let me see your muscles. Then. Let me

see who's got the biggest muscles.

Here's my muscles.

Who's got the biggest muscles?

Dad.

In this door here. This one.

Come on, baby.

Just hold onto Mummy.

That's your ticket.

Oh, yeah. Robert, this way.

Good morning, young man.

How are you this morning?

Thank you, sir.

Good morning, son. How are you?

This way.

Visitors for Ferguson?

Hi. Table seven, down the middle,

on the left.

Hello, mate.

Hello.

How you doing? You OK?

How was Christmas?

It was nice.

Did you have a nice time?

Yeah, we've got

some photos to show you.

Oh! Little monkeys.

Got a lot of cards.

There's me and Shaun.

Stephanie made that card.

There's Katrina.

I know.

Katrina's speaking better now.

Yeah?

Yeah, a little bit better.

Ah, the dudes!

Look, the fish is dying.

What do you mean it's dying?

Yeah, well, look,

it's on its side all the time.

Maybe it just likes

swimming sideways.

I don't know what to do with it.

You tired?

Yeah, he's tired.

Did you get up early this morning?

What time did you get up?

We got up at four o'clock.

Yeah, it was really early.

It was dark.

That is early.

Are you looking after your mum?

You! Are you looking after your mum?

Stephanie is.

What do you mean, you're not?

What did I tell you?

Look after...

You're the man of the house.

So, what do you mean,

trouble at school?

What have you been doing, you?

Cheeky.

Cheeky?

Well, don't be naughty.

Have you been cheeky as well at

school? Or have you been a good boy?

Yeah, Shaun's been good.

BELL RINGS:

BELL RINGS AGAIN

You all right?

Can you finish your visits, please?

Thank you.

Finish your visits! Thanks.

You're Mr Pickles.

Mr Tickle.

OK.

Come here. Give us a hug.

Look after your mum, yeah?

OK. You be a good boy.

And you be a good boy as well.

OK?

That's a lovely hug.

OK?

Turn around, please.

Just turn around.

Thank you very much,

if you can go into the holding pen.

Anything you shouldn't have on you?

No.

OK. Thank you.

Turn round, please.

Thank you.

Thank you very much.

If you can go through, please.

Can you take your bib off please?

CALM MUSIC PLAYS

What's wrong with

your trousers this morning?

There's nothing... Hold on! Hold on!

Now, Stephanie, I want you

to look after Katrina today.

You have a really good

first day, OK?

Have lots of fun, yeah?

OK.

See you later.

BELL RINGS:

Morning, Karen.

Hiya, sorry I'm late, Peter.

The bus...

A- a-a-a-a-a...

Mmmmmmm!

D- d-d-d-d-d...

January, February, March,

April, May, June,

July, August, September...

Put the handles down.

Oh, yeah. Sorry.

So you can see the...

...the name.

# HYMN:
FROM THE TINY AN # From the tiny ant,

from the tiny ant

# To the elephant, to the elephant

# From the snake to the kangaroo...

# From the snake to the kangaroo

# From the great white shark,

from the great white shark

# To the singing lark,

to the singing lark

# Care for them, it's up to you,

care for them, it's up to you

# Care for them, it's up to you

# Care for them, it's up to us

# No-one else will care for them

# It's up, it's up, it's up to you. #

Hello, Dad.

'How's my girl? '

Fine.

'You OK? '

Yeah.

How was Katrina's first day?

Um, fine. She really enjoyed it.

Steph, I can't hear you.

Who's that?

'Who's that? '

It's Shaun.

Hiya, son.

I miss you.

Is Katrina there?

How was... how was school for her?

Did she enjoy... enjoy the first day?

Say hello, Katrina.

Say "I love you".

I love you.

I can't hear you.

Can you tell them

to shut up in the background?

I want to talk to Dad!

Sssh!

Say "I love you. "

Oi, I am...

Say "I love you. "

Love you.

Put your sister back on.

Put your sister back on.

'Hello? '

I love you.

'I love you too, Shaun.

I love you too. '

Bye. Bye.

Robert, Dad was on the phone!

CALM MUSIC PLAYS

Just step on the mat for us, please.

You're going

to be searched by the dog.

You OK with the dog, yeah?

He's just going to sniff you.

Hey!

Hey.

How're you doing?

You OK?

Yeah. You?

Yeah.

Photograph of us.

Hey, how're you doing? You OK?

Photograph.

I already put that bit there, I did.

You did that?

Look at them gorgeous children.

How's school?

Really fun.

Are you being a good boy? Yeah?

Look what she's done.

How did you do that, darling?

She fell over in the playground.

Did you fall over?

Aww.

I've given them 50 for you,

is that OK?

50 quid?

Yeah.

I don't want you to go, Daddy.

Do you want to go for a wee walk?

Should we go for a wee walk?

You're my big boy, aren't you?

There she is, over there. Daddy...

Oh, she'll be OK.

She's still worried.

You OK now?

Do you want to have a seat?

Do you want?

There we go.

You OK, honey?

You all right?

Yeah, she's OK.

Aww.

She likes me.

Of course she likes you!

She's your sister.

They were up late last night,

that's why they're tired.

How did your visit go, mate?

Yeah, it was all right.

How about you?

Yeah, well. Yeah, very well.

SLOW, CALM MUSIC PLAYS

Your mum's down.

Yeah?

Yeah, she's looking after

the kids for me.

She sends her love to you.

She never comes to see me.

No.

Out you come, you rascal!

I miss making love to you.

I miss you.

Do you think about me...

when you're in bed?

What's wrong?

What do you think about?

What?

Go on.

What?

What do you miss?

I'm not saying.

Why not?

Cos!

I miss lots of things.

Like what?

She's watching me.

She's not watching...

She is watching me.

Is she f***, it's her job.

I miss when you kiss me here.

Yeah?

Should I take my cardigan off?

Yeah.

That's nice.

Can you see?

Yeah.

Does that fit OK?

Yeah.

They can see what I'm doing.

No, they can't, don't worry.

They can.

Don't worry.

Tell me now.

Say...

I miss when you go inside me.

It's nice.

I like it.

When I f*** you?

Yeah.

Say it.

No.

Go on.

I don't want to.

Just say it. Please.

I like when you f*** me.

Come on, love,

will you go and get the boys?

COUNTDOWN CLOCK MUSIC PLAYS

Tea's ready!

Well, we'll not wait for them.

They won't have gone far.

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Laurence Coriat

Laurence Coriat is a French screenwriter and short film director, best known for her work with Michael Winterbottom. more…

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