Bloody Sunday

If it wasn't for us, you still
wouldn't be living here.

Just remember that.
Aye, you really believe that,
do you, eh?

Aye, I do, actually.
Right, okay.
Look, Mary, I'm going to go out.
I'll see you later on.
I'll be all right. Don't worry.
Look after yourself, okay?
Are you listening to me?
I don't want you to end up
back in prison

'cause you can't marry her
from in there.

I'll be all right. Don't worry.
I'll chat to you after.
Oh, yes. Hi.
Oh, now, Meg, I dunno.
Somewhere between ten
and a million. How's that?

Okay, talk to you later. Bye.
All right?
-Here's your tea.

Yeah. What time are you going?
I don't know, an hour.
Jesus. How about you?
I'm on duty till half two.
Derry Journal
and lrish News want

to talk to you.
What, now?
No, they'll... they can wait.
They're all right for a bit,
so they are.

Listen, I know...
I know it's hard.

That's just why I pissed off
at you last night.

I know, I'm sorry.
-That's all right.
-That's okay.

It's all right.
Frank, yes.
Is it the Paras?
Well, Jesus, Frank
who the hell's running
this thing?

It was Lagan.
He says the army are
very hard-line

and we should think
about canceling.

No way, lvan. You can't.
You can't cancel.
Geez, do you know how many times
I think we should
just give this up?

There isn't a day goes by
I don't think

"Oh, wish I could take her
to the pictures

or take her to see Charlie Magee
at the Stardust," you know

and then I think, "What if
someone sees us?" you know.