This is the story of rival "Firms" of football supporters, and how one man has a wish to team them up for the European Championships of 1988. However, when this is discussed, the opposing ... See full summary »

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Sue
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Yeti (as Philip Davis)
Andrew Wilde ...
Oboe
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William Vanderpuye ...
Aitch
Jay Simpson ...
Patrick Murray ...
Nunk
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Terry Sue-Patt ...
Yusef (as Terry Sue Patt)
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Simon
Nicholas Hewetson ...
Beef
Steve McFadden ...
Billy
Steve Sweeney ...
J.T
Hepburn Graham ...
Stu
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This is the story of rival "Firms" of football supporters, and how one man has a wish to team them up for the European Championships of 1988. However, when this is discussed, the opposing leaders are not happy, as they believe this is a challenge to their authority. This Film shows how football violence has progressed from pure violence to a form of organized crime, to the extent that all the leaders know each others home phone / mobile phone numbers. Written by Darren Alexander <Darren@lerman.ftech.co.uk>

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26 February 1989 (UK)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Goofs

The BMW 3 Series vandalized at the service station changes from a 1982 E30 model to an older 1975 E21 model when attacked. See more »

Quotes

Bex Bissell: That's almost funny.
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Connections

Remade as The Firm (2009) See more »

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Here We Go
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6 March 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I watched this last night on digital Film4 channel that are having a season of British Films. I saw it long before but decided to watch again in all curiosity. This time i found it all to be more enjoyable owning to all experiences. Gary oldman plays a hard working sosciopath type who is willing to die defending his status in streets. At war with a home rival gang who they are forever locked in battle. Yet share a mutual love for football

The speed of the film was fast moving and full of tension. Philip davis as gang opposition leader Yeti makes a great contender in contrast to Gary oldman. To see them both in confrontation and each angrily spitting out bitter remarks is funny. in that they are both enjoyable and fun to watch and determined to control a tempest of emotions.


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