Fraser is the ultimate bully, leading his teenage gang in racial attacks and hounding anyone who dares to challenge him.
Then Rab meets Delia, an incomer to the area who encourages him to challenge Fraser's racist views. Bugs and Lexy, Rab's ex-girlfriend, are forced to examine their own beliefs when Fraser stabs an immigrant.
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Thinking Rab has betrayed him to the police, Fraser rushes headlong towards confrontation and tragedy. This is indeed powerful drama, and particularly cogent at this time of the rapidly developing gun culture amongst the younger generation.
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