An illegal Nigerian immigrant discovers the unpalatable side of London life.

Guo Yi: You know, Okwe, good at chess usually means bad at life. You do realize that she's in love with you, don't you? I've been with her 20 minutes, and I know it. But then, I'm bad at chess...
The doctor: How come I've never seen you people before?
Okwe: Because we are the people you do not see. We are the ones who drive your cabs. We clean your rooms. And suck your cocks.
[Senay is a Muslim]
Juliette: So, what did happen?
Senay: Before, I was a virgin.
Juliette: Jesus...
Senay: Mohammed.
[Both laugh]
Okwe: My hands are shaking.
Guo Yi: So are mine! I don't have a driver's license!
Okwe: The hotel business is about strangers, and strangers will surprise you.
[last lines]
Okwe: Hello? Valerie? Yes, it's me. At last, I'm coming home!
Senay: I bit, Okwe. At the factory. He said he would report me to immigration, and he made me suck. But today I bit. I bit. I bit.
Guo Yi: There's nothing more dangerous than a virtuous man.
Okwe: [at airport arrivals] I'm not here specifically for you. But I am here to rescue people from the system.
Sweatshop Foreman: You have such a beautiful mouth, Senay.
Senay: [spurning his advances] Go to hell.
Sneaky: This *is* hell.
[first lines]
Okwe: Do you want a car? Ten pounds, Theatreland. Car? London? You want a taxi? Buckingham Palace.

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