Synopsis: An urban thriller set in West London starring Paddy Considine and rising star Aiysha Hart. Mona is a young British Muslim girl on the on the run from her family after they find out about her plans to run away with her Punjabi boyfriend. In a desperate bid to save face and their family honour; her mother and older brother enlist the help of a bounty hunter to track her down.
Genre: Thriller
Director(s): Shan Khan
Production: 108 Media
  1 nomination.
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104 min




Oh sorry, I...

Beg your pardon.


No' nice thing you do.

Where are we, but?

Where... are... we?

What'd she fucking say, man, eh?

Speak our English.

You got a fucking problem, man?

Sorry... please...

See, if I was in your country,

for whatever reason,

I'd respect us locals a wee bit better.

Sorry, please... I no understand...

Learn the fucking lingo and get

out the fucking road when I tell ya to!

Your material?

He's not working?


Just leave it here?

I'll be right down.

Don't let it stick.





Call me when it's ready, eh?

Wanna catch up with mum.

Yeah, okay.

At work.

You know how it is.

When did you start?

Option a, Andres iniesta.

- A.

- Option b, David villa.

A, the answer.

Help yourselves.

Going to the toilet.

Adel not know kasim was coming tonight?

Why, what are we doing?

I can't control you any more.

Your father gone...

Life's hard enough for me.

It's hard for all of us, mum.

When a child brings more pain than joy,

what's left?

Is this child me?

I'm sorry.

For what?

You made us do this!

You made us fucking do this!

F*ck you!

She's dead?

Adel, be strong, son.

Upstairs, bring down the trunk.

It's been emptied.

I remember the first words...

I remember the first words

you ever said to me.


Finally got myself some competition.

Got more than you

bargained for, huh?

Got lucky.

Plus, the way you snore is well classy.

I do not.

I'm not gonna marry her.

Wouldn't be fair to anyone.

You're engaged.

Yeah, when we were three.

She's got her life there.

I've got mine here.

She's probably lying in bed with

some guy in lahore right now,

having the same conversation.

I doubt that.

It's crazy...

Families cutting these deals

before their kids can even speak.

What are we going to do?

What we want.

Not what they want.

Two big zaks with cheese,

double portion hot-wings, large fries,

garlic bread,

and a bottle of diet cola.

You didn't come for no burger?

Is it halal?

I just deliver the shit.

What's up?

You gonna do it?

You got money?

- Some.

- Has he?


He's got a car.

It's not like we've got a choice.

You always got a choice.

It's about making the right or wrong one.

Two people love each other,

why can't people be happy for them?

- He's punjabi, Mona.

- He's Muslim, adel.

Yeah, but that ain't how it works.

Somebody show me

where this is written?

Shit ain't scribed in

stone, it's the way it is.

And, you know it.

Well, I don't need to buy it.

Do you?

What I do or don't buy counts for shit.

Always has.

You were dad's favourite, kasim's, mum's.

Who cares what I think?

I care, adel.

I care about you.

And, it don't matter what you think.

Mum and kasim care about you, too.

What you do with your life...

We're your blood. What do you expect?

If dad was around,

things wouldn't be like this.

If dad was around,

you wouldn't be pulling this shit.

We're going tomorrow night.

We've got to.


I just wanna know you're

gonna be all right.

I'll be all right.

I'm gonna get your room!



sorry, babe.

Got caught in traffic.

You got the car, then?

Yeah, got it for tonight.

My dad needs it, okay.

Do we need it?

Where's your suitcase?

Why weren't you answering my calls?



There's word if we go through with this,

people might get hurt.

This isn't about my brother, is it?

Your brother? No. Not about your brother.

I'm talking on my side.

You broke off the engagement?

- Her family... it's them?

- Don't matter who.

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