The Making of 'The Crew'

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2008
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Rats, put the fucking gun down,

will you?

Here we go, boys.

Keep it up.

Go, go, go, go, go!

Open the door! Open the door or

I'll blow your fucking head right off!

- Down! Down!

- F*ck off.

Shut that fucker up

and get him on the fucking floor.

Liar! Come on!

Are you fucking joking?

It's a fucking dud.

F*ck's sake. It's a fucking dud!

Steady, let's fucking go.

Let's go. Let's get the f*ck out

of here. You're a fucking arsehole!

... 96.7 news.

The mutilated remains

of a man have been found...

The body

of a Liverpool businessman...

The body has been

identified as Leo Murphy.

... also known

as Leo the Pig.

He is believed to have had ties

with Liverpool's gangland.

You're paying that lot, aren't you?

What is the point?

- They didn't know it was empty.

- I'm serious.

So am I.

That lot do not give a f*ck about you!

Let me tell you what happens

if I don't pay that lot.

That lot take on their own jobs,

that lot f*ck it up and the shit

lands on my doorstep again!

Doing it this way

guarantees that doesn't happen.

Where are you going? Keith is expecting

you to be over there later on.

- Keith will get his money, Debs.

- What, all of it?

- No, not all of it. He'll have to wait.

- What do you mean, have to wait?

- Dad.

- Doesn't...

Can I go to work with you?

- Because my mate...

- Can you...

- Get your bag.

- My mate, Ben Milton.

He goes to work with his dad.

Come here. You're never

going to go to work with me.

- Why?

- You're too clever for my line of work.

- Ben...

- No. Shh, shh.

That's why I send you

to that big, posh private school.

You got your lunch? Come on, tiger.

- Sweetie.

- Bye.

- Morning, gorgeous.

- Morning.

- Hey, Pam.

- Ged.

- Hi.

- Hey. You OK?

I'm fine. I'm fine.

Let's put the sparkle

back in those eyes.

What? Pam, do you know what time it is?

Are you and mum going to get divorced?

- Where have you heard that?

- Well, you don't like each other.

You're always arguing.

Stevie, me and your mum love each other.

People fight all the time.

It doesn't mean they're gonna split up.

It's all right, though. I mean, I know

loads of parents who have split up.

Well, we're not.

- There you go.

- Thanks, Dad.

No problem.

I'm late.

- See you, Dad.

- See you, son.

Francis, what now?

Cheers.

Leo did what he did and he took

his chances. Look what happened.

I'll do the wake.

All right, I'll see you then.

Stay out the way till Moby turns up.

Then come in.

Get rid of that fucking lot, as well.

All right, lads.

Richie, stay out the way.

- All right, lads.

- All right.

- Lads.

- All right.

- It's a piece of shit anyway.

- Yeah, tell me about it.

All right, lads. Phones. Come on.

Come on. Stop fucking about.

Ooh! Ooh!

You dirty bitch.

- You looked at that brochure yet?

- Yeah.

- And?

- And what?

Are we going

the full horse and carriage?

- Well, how much is it?

- I've told you.

Well, tell us again.

Fully monty, white ponies, white trap,

footmen in full livery, the whole works,

plus a contribution to the church,

hall, food...

- How much?

- It's your son's first communion.

I'm just asking

where I need to be on it.

The way your side drinks,

we're talking ten.

Ten grand?

Oh, Anthony. Think on it, though.

It'll be a day to remember.

A day we'll never forget.

All right, f*ck it.

Tell the priest I'll be in to sort it.

He'll be here in a minute.

So you'd best pop your knob

back in your pants, you dirty bastard!

What's happening, Mobe, lad?

Hey, Mobe.

- Heard the news, lad?

- What?

You know Leo the Pig?

He's been done in, hasn't he?

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