With Jim at breaking point and in a constant state of grief-laden inebriation, Whitey and his right-hand man Godswill attempt to take advantage of the situation, and execute a plan designed to lure Worth to certain death. Little does Whitey know that Jim isn't running the show any more and that his fearless, devious, violent, undercover handle, Jack Devlin, long suppressed by years of sobriety, has finally emerged. And Whitey isn't the only one who can lay a trap.
Did You Know?
According to Genevieve O'Reilly, her character Angela loves different aspects of her husband, Jim, and his darker alter-ego they both thought was a thing of the past. See more
When Angela is teaching her daughter Anna to shoot, using the vase of flowers as a target. It is obvious that her finger is not on the trigger. See more
Any child of yours is better off dead. I did your boy a favor when I blew his brains out.
Written by Davy Graham
Performed by Bert Jansch See more