During a long English summer in the early 1980s, two schoolboys from differing backgrounds set out to make a film inspired by First Blood (1982).

Will: O.K.!
[Will swings from a rope and drops into the water]
Lee Carter: [filming him] Yeah! Keep swimming to the other side!
Will: [floundering in the water] I can't swim!
Lee Carter: ...What d'you mean you can't swim?
Lee Carter: [watches Will sink beneath the water] ... Oh, shit!
Lee Carter: I don't care what you and your so-called mates say about me, but don't you ever, ever call my brother a scab! You know, at least he's there for me! At least he cares about me, which is more than I can say for you, blood brother. You're a two-faced fake like the rest of them and I'm gutted it took me this long to work it out. I'm gutted I fell for it, Will. Lawrence is better than all of you and all that lot put together and he's all I've got, alright? He's all I've got.
Lee Carter: I didn't come back for you anyway. Where's my camera?
Will: Good morning, Lee Carter. I'm here to help you!
Lee Carter: Jesus Christ!
[first lines]
Brethren Leader: Brother William, would you like to read today?
Will: [apprehensively carries Bible into middle of the street and reads] "O God, our Heavenly Father, who has commanded us to love one another as thy children."
[last lines]
Lee Carter: This has been my best day of all time.
Will: O my God, I've come to say thank you for your love today. Thank you for my family and all the friends you give to me. Guard me in the dark of night, and in the morning, send your light. Amen.

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