He is sentenced to 23 years but won't accept a day of it
and as a consequence society has deserved a well earned break from his activities.
A hidden gem of a film in which Daltrey and Faith combine to produce a great double act. The film opens with the powerful soundtrack of 'Free Me' as McVicar is driven over the moors in a Ford Cortina on his way to his new prison home.
Full of great lines such as 'We don't want you Macaroning you pants again do we?', 'Would you like eggs with that that John?' and 'I want my f***in' trainers!'.
We are introduced to a brutal and harsh prison world and the people who inhabit it. Jeffrey's and his Uncle Ronnie, Collins, and of course John and Wally.
So buy this film now, make yourself a nice pot of Rosie and you'll not be going home because you'll be having a wonderful time.