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.
Darren Alexander <Darren@lerman.ftech.co.uk>
Did You Know?
In an ironic twist, despite playing the leader of the hooligan firm, the Inter City Firm who are associated with West Ham United and therefore dislike Millwall, Gary Oldman actually supports Millwall (the hooligan firm in the film are called The Buccaneers, based on the real life Bushwackers firm). See more
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
We come in peace, we leave you in pieces.
Remade as The Firm
Music by Kenneth Alford See more