An unlikely kind of relationship develops between Fergus, an Irish Republican military service volunteer, and Jody, a abducted British worker lured into an IRA trap by Jude, additional IRA member. once the hostage-taking ends up going horribly wrong, Fergus escapes and heads to London, wherever he seeks out Jody's lover, a styler named Dil. Fergus adopts the public figure "Jimmy" and gets a job as a day laborer.
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