Oi, dancin’ boy! We’ll miss the bus, Billy. Will you stop being an old fuckin’ woman ? See you, then. – I’ll miss you. – What ? Can’t hear you.
we shall let you know in due course. Just one last question. Can l ask you, Billy, what does it feel like… when you’re dancing ? Don’t know. Sort of feels good. It’s sort of stiff and that, but once I get goin’, then l, like, forget everythin’. And… sort of disappear. Sort of disappear. […]
We’re gonna start off with Frank Essex. Frank Essex. Take it easy, Petey. Jeez. Frank Essex, Daily News. A lot of reporters here today, a lot of people interested in this fight. What do you got to say to your fans today, Jimmy? I guess I’m grateful for the opportunity. I know that these days […]
Hey, man! You got some Blue Magic, baby? Fucking junkie! Yo, handle that! I’m sick! Come on! I got money, man! Come on, man, you know me, baby! Come on! Come on, I need that Blue Magic, man. It’s me, Boogaloo, baby. Hey, man, you know I got your god damn money. Come on, man. […]
My man. – Welcome, Frank. – How you doing, Nick? – How you doing, Nick? – It’s all great. Welcome. – I need to talk to you. – Great. Come on. Hey, you all, everybody get out! Let’s go. Come on! Hurry up! Sit, my brother. I take it you talked to Charlie. Guess you […]
Prepare. One, two. And one, and two– Get up. Miss, I can’t do it. That’s because you’re not concentratin’. I am concentratin’. – You’re not even tryin’! – I am, Miss! – Do it again. – Can’t. You do it again. No! Shit! I’m sorry. It’s all right for you. It’s not you who has […]
The thing is, I can’t afford to… I can’t afford to pay the heat. I’ve had to farm out my kids. They keep cutting shifts down at the docks. You just don’t get picked every day. I sold everything I got to anybody who would buy. I went on public assistance. I signed on at […]
Right, lads. Listen up here. Hold it! Oi, oi! Here! Now, because they’re using downstairs… as a soup kitchen for the strikin’ miners, I’m going to let Mrs. Wilkinson… use the bottom end of the boxin’ hall for her ballet lessons. So no hanky-panky. Understood? Yes. Elliot, you’re late. Get changed and get in here. […]
And a one, two, three. Pas de bourree. And a one, two, three. Pas de bourree. And a one, two, three. Pas de bourree. And a one, two, three. Pas de bourree. And a one, two, three. Pas de bourree. You, out! Now! I beg your pardon? Please, Miss, don’t. All right, which way are […]
Dad! Go home, son.