Genre: Documentary
Director(s): Berke Bas
58 min


(Car horn)

Go round.

- Prick.

- Zakes?

Oh, hello, Sleeping Beauty.

- Are we there yet?

- Nearly. Are you hungry?

(Beth) God, l'm starving.

Any biscuits left?

l saved you the last Boaster.

You know how moany you get

if you don't get food.

- What are you doing?

- Nothing.

My camera battery's dead.

At the services can l use your phone

to take photos?

Yeah, sure, but why do they make you

take photos of the posters you put up?

- They say it's for the clients.

- They think you're a slacker, more like.

Oh, bollocks. Memory's full.

l'll have to delete some.

- Aah. They're of our holiday.

- Egypt. Land of a thousand arguments.

Look at that.

- What is it? l can't see it properly.

- lt's a photo of the stars.

Remember that night on the beach?

The brilliant sky?

- Why did you just call me a slacker?

- lt was a joke. Jesus.

- l loved that night.

- Yeah.


- Oh, you don't remember it, do you?

- Yes, l do.

- Stars. Lovely.

- Oh, my God ! You don't remember.

lt's just sky, Beth. You've seen one star,

you've seen them all.

- Should l delete these pictures, then?

- No!

No, don't be silly.

Come on.

lt's not that big a deal, is it?


(Voicemail) 'Hiya, it's Sarah.

'l can't get to the phone right now,

so leave a message.'

Hiya, it's me.

Look, l don't think

l'll be able to make the party tonight.

l still haven't told Zakes about Leo.

l've tried, but...but every time

l'm gonna say something, l just...

Oh, God, l feel shit, Sarah.

l don't know why l did it.

Listen, when you get this,

can...can you give me a call? Bye.


Can l use your phone

for the photos?


Have you got some petrol money?

No, thanks.

(Phone rings)



- (Beth) How many more garages?

- One.

You know that twat Leo

just called your phone and hung up?

- Leo?

- Yeah. Leo.

lt is his sister's birthday.

He'll be seeing if we're going.

He's a sniffer waiting for his chance.

What a cock.

- Zakes...

- What is he? About 40?

The only people who wear their mobiles

on their belts are dads or pricks.

He's not that bad.

- l am only doing this job because it...

- Lets you finish your book.

Yeah, l know.

l know.

(Laughs) You don't think

l can be a writer, do you?

l've never read

anything you've finished.

l'm not really feeling

my writing at the minute.

Don't you think you should put an effort

into it, even if you're not feeling it?

ls this about my writing or us?

- Do you really not remember the sky?

- Oh, for f*ck's sake.

- Why are you going on about that?

- Because it upset me.

- You're not bothered about us.

- You know what? l am not doing this.

Do you realise it's a year

since you said we'd move in together?

And you haven't

even mentioned it since.

(Rap plays at loud volume)

(Turns music off)


Where's the flask?



(Tyres squeal)

(Horn blares)





Beth. Beth, Beth !

Wake up!

l think l just saw a woman, naked,

in the back of that truck!

A naked f*cking woman locked up

caged in the back of that truck!

(Zakes) What the f*cking hell...?

(Beth) What are you on about?

(Zakes) That truck overtook us.

He pulled up there in front of us.

The shutter came up, and there was

a woman stood there, with no clothes on,

and she was screaming.

Jesus Christ.

Oh, my God.


Right, well, what we gonna do?


Your phone.

Gimme your phone.

Hello, yeah. Police.

Yeah, l think l've just seen

something really weird on the motorway.

Er, the M 1 .

Er, well, it was a woman.

She was tied-up, naked,

in the back of a white truck.

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