In Our Name

Synopsis: Suzy's a British soldier, born and bred, but fitting back into civilian life after fighting in Iraq isn't easy. Haunted by the responsibility she feels for the death of an Iraqi child, she becomes obsessed with the safety of her own daughter, feeling the need to protect her against a threat that doesn't seem to exist. As Suzy's paranoia builds, her behaviour becomes more and more erratic, until finally, she puts her own child in serious danger.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Brian Welsh
Production: A10 Films
  2 wins & 2 nominations.
 
IMDB:
6.2
Rotten Tomatoes:
67%
Year:
2010
93 min
Website
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This film contains prolonged violent scenes, very strong language,

some scenes which some viewers may find upsetting and some scenes of a sexual nature

PANTING:

Come on! Get your f***ing arses up that hill

or I'll make your f***ing eyes bleed!

Come on, get them f***ing legs up!

Are you taking the piss out of me, soldier?

Then say it! Come on.

The last man's going to have to do this all f***ing again.

Keep it going. Push it.

Keep going. Come on!

Private Jackson, you should be munching f***ing carpet for a living

instead of being a soldier! Come on!

I tell you, the more beer I have, the better you look to me.

Especially being stuck here.

Oh, there's a lot of love coming from here, isn't there?

Can you feel it?

I wondered why you were always together. Yeah, yeah, yeah.

Aye, you were the only men in bloody Basra.

How long have we been here? About an hour.

It's been an hour and ten minutes exactly.

Load of SHITE!

- Hey, let's get some beers.

- Oh, leave her be, man.

Hiya, love. Can we get, probably, 12 beers?

I don't have any more beers. You drank them all.

- What? Already?

- Hey, hey, hey!

Give that back.

F***ing leave her be, man. Give her it back.

ALL TALK LOUDLY AT ONCE

Have you got...?

Paul, do you want a Bacardi and Coke or something, sweetheart?

F*** off.

Eh? Excuse me, pet. Sorry, sorry.

What's up with you, crabby?

Nah.

Got a face on you like a smacked arse.

Just tired. Want to get home.

What the f*** is going on with this train?

Signal failure or something.

Here, get that down you.

Oh, f***ing hell.

Evil.

Do you want to go for a pint before we go home?

- No, I can't.

- Come on, one. Say goodbye properly.

- Why, you going to miss me, like?

- F*** off!

No. I've gotta get back.

ENGINE STARTS:

Oh, hang on.

CHEERING That us moving, is it?

'Ey, man!

You all right, babe? Waiting for Mummy to come?

CHATTER:

- This is surreal, like.

- Mmm.

Good to be back.

F***ing freezing, though.

It is, isn't it?

CHEERING Oh, no way, man.

- Is that your house?

- No way. No.

- Flag outside.

This is it.

Yeah. Listen, erm, thanks.

Thanks? What for?

You know.

Piss off. Come here.

- You take care, right?

- Yeah.

- Let me buy you that pint.

- Oh, you're damn right.

I'll speak to you soon.

Come here, you!

- I am going to kill you for this later.

- You're gorgeous.

Oh, give over, I'm rough as!

Look who's here!

CHEERING:

Little one! Hey, look at you.

Come here and give us a hug, pet.

Charming!

Hiya.

Hiya, Dad.

I've been travelling for ages.

All right, we're not making a porno!

God. It's completely different in here!

- Oh, you look f***ing amazing with that tan, darling.

- Yeah?

- Yeah.

- I've been travelling for, like, 12 hours.

Hey, there's loads of people downstairs.

- F*** 'em.

- You're on heat, mister.

Stop, hey.

Come on, me mam's downstairs.

Can I come in, little one?

Look at you.

Look how much you've grown.

Hey, come here and give us a hug, yeah?

I'll show you me medal, if you like.

Come on. I've travelled a long, long way to see you.

Aren't you pleased to see me?

I like your outfit.

Are you trying to be like Mam?

Come off it, Cass, speak to me.

Fine.

Come on, give order, please.

Quiet, please. Come on, come on.

Bloody hell, it's like the wash house in here.

Right.

Unaccustomed as I am, and all that bollocks...

but I felt today, such a momentous coco...

occasion... Caucasian, occasion!

..that I've gotta say a few words.

This is a proud day for all of us.

That girl there, the mother of my son's child, has come

back from some hellish place to this perfect home in one perfect piece.

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Brian Welsh

Brian Welsh (born 23 February 1969) is a Scottish football player and coach. He began his playing career with Dundee United, where he made 140 league appearances and was part of the team that won the 1994 Scottish Cup Final. He joined Hibernian in 1996, where he spent three years, before ending his career with brief spells at Stenhousemuir, Clydebank and Cowdenbeath. He also represented the Scotland under-19 team. Welsh returned to Cowdenbeath as manager from 2006 to 2008 and later became Head of Youth Development at Livingston, where he was also briefly caretaker manager. He subsequently emigrated to the United States, where he is involved in youth coaching. more…

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