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Barry Turi 12E

90-Minute Synopsis
The story starts in East London. A heist group who call themselves The
Dogs begin to count money and sort out their weaponry a day after
executing the biggest heist in British history 10,000,000. Our
characters are Chief, Billy, Robert, and twin criminal masterminds Hal and
Joe. Chief is the group leader, and knows how to execute a given plan.
Billy is also an intelligent man with a good understanding of the game.
Robert is the newest recruit. Chief found him single-handedly gunning
down two men and walking away with 100,000 before the story began.
Hal and Joe craft the plans back in the safe house and are qualified
mathematicians turned criminal masterminds. The opening sequence sees
Robert spotting three men from a rival heist group known as The Ballers
barging down the front door while he is about to destroy a van. They point
guns at Chief, Billy, Hal and Joe in an attempt to claim the staggering take
from our main characters. Hal and Joe feel the pressure of being held at
gunpoint, but Chief and Billy non-verbally direct them to run to the back
room after the count of three. They both pull out guns from the table and
manage to take out all three of the men. They make their way outside,
only to find themselves at gunpoint again, but this time by five more
Ballers. Robert, who runs back into the house and up the stairs armed with
a carbine rifle guns down all of the men from above. The group then
jumps into a car destroy the van with a grenade and find a new safe house
with their money.
During the journey to another safe house, members of The Ballers attempt
to gun down The Dogs in an intense drive-by. Chief recognises in the back
of the boot are a stash of unused weapons that the group did not use
during the heist days before. Each of the members take a machine gun,
and from all angles of the car they mow down the oppositions car
rendering it incapable of moving. When arriving at the new location, Chief,
Billy and Robert sit down and figure out a plan to take action against The
Ballers. The Ballers are notorious for other big takes in the UK they took
the second highest take of 6,500,000 from the Royal Bank of Scotland
only six months ago, yet nobody knows what they did with the money.
Their safe house is only an abandoned house in the London slums and
none of the members looked to be living in luxury when they turned up to
the old safe house. Chief, Billy and Robert decide to pitch their idea to Hal
and Joe of attempting to raid The Ballers safe house for their sum of the
Royal Bank of Scotland heist, and they agree to go ahead with it.
Using a decent amount of the 10,000,000 to pay for weapons,
ammunition, a durable getaway vehicle and other gear from illegal
sources, The Dogs are ready to raid The Ballers and eradicate their
reputation for good. They begin the heist in three days.
The day comes. The plan begins when Hal and Joe bypass their CCTV
systems and shut them down. Chief, Billy and Robert begin to travel to
The Ballers. When they get there, they equip their silenced machine guns

Barry Turi 12E

and gun down the three men on look-out duty. Using special explosives
designed to disorientate the enemy, the men split up into three different
angles and at the same time deploys the explosive, taking out the men
inside of the safe house. By now, the 6,500,000 inside a massive duffel
bag is seen on a desk in the corner, but the leader of The Ballers, Chiefs
brother Oscar, emerges from the back room with a .50 caliber pistol. Chief
is shocked to see that his brother led these men to try and steal from him.
Oscar shoots Billy and Robert in their chests, knocking them down
wounded but not dead. Chief and Oscar then exchange punches, kicks and
melee attacks at each other. They then stop, acknowledging that they are
brothers. Chief aggressively tells Oscar that blood makes you family, and
loyalty makes you related. He shoots Oscar in the head and the three me
limp their way out of the safe house. The police are outside and arrest all
three men.

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