Puerta 7 (2020) s01e02 Episode Script

Episode 2

1 A NETFLIX ORIGINAL SERIES You handle the access to the bleachers in the same way Fabian secures the streets and Rafa handles the stands.
We're a serious organization, and each of us has a role to play.
And if anyone fails at that, we could think it was just a mistake.
And everyone makes mistakes.
So I need you to think.
How? Where did that happen? When? That guy slipped past you.
I donated blood for you, Lomito.
What does donating blood have to do with what I just told you? It does! I put my life on the line for you.
Are you in love with me? I don't think so.
Me and the boys think that the only one who could have let that guy in was you.
Let me say this again.
You're in charge of the access to the bleachers.
What are you saying? Have you gone mad? We've known each other since we were kids.
And I stood up for you when I had to.
I'm not saying that's not true.
I'm aware of our past.
But I paid my dues.
You used to steal cars at the beginning.
And look at yourself now.
All luxury cars.
Your life changed.
You even got new teeth.
You're a whole different person.
Not sure if a better person or a worse one, right? You had to check the people going in.
I swear I had nothing to do with it.
I swear it.
I swear it on On what? Do you swear it on your daughters? You don't have any.
Look at me.
I can forgive an involuntary error.
Otherwise, it's called betrayal.
And I truly want to believe you, Gypsy.
And you know what? I will.
Because I'm a good guy.
I'll see you at the stadium this Sunday.
Our glory is forged On the loyalty of eleven stokers Glory from our past Glory for our future It shall forge our mettle With the bravery in battle And with these eleven tenacious heroes We will yell, "Champions" Inside us, coal and fire Waving their fortitude as a flag With our red, white and green banner Ferroviarios FC will earn its glory Ferroviarios! Yeah! - We begin with the order of the day.
- Excuse me.
I'd like to have a word first.
I want to talk about what's most important to me right now.
The security of our club.
Is this about the fight on the bleachers? It's about something worse.
They aren't only inside the stadium, but inside our very own football club.
They already have a hand in our business.
Let's not start a futile war that could tarnish this moment, please.
Every serious club has a chief of security.
Someone in charge of it.
Even more so in this day and age.
Do you have someone in mind? I've talked to a person who's more than qualified for the position.
What's next on the agenda? Are you bringing a woman in? Yes.
Through doors 3 and 4 are the stalls.
This is door 7.
General public.
The hooligans get in through here? The following on the west bleachers get in through this door.
How many guards do we have here? Three, sometimes four.
It depends.
We'll need at least ten.
I have 15 for the entire thing.
You want ten just for this door, fine, but I must take them off their other posts.
You tell me.
How can we work with such little security? It's not my place to say.
Are the cameras working? The cameras? No way.
I need them fixed today.
- Take care of it.
- Sure, okay.
- How about the turnstiles? - We don't have any.
So how do you prevent people from bringing guns into the stadium? Well, this isn't Nam, you know? Yeah, but a person was stabbed.
And as far as I know, you were in charge of security.
- I get it, you want to make this right.
- Yes.
I want the same.
If we had 200 security guards and an infrared scanner, things would be different.
But since that's not an option, we'll have to make do.
We try to work with what we have.
So how do you work? The boys aren't so bad.
Talk to them.
Try to negotiate.
It's easier.
And cheaper.
What are you doing here, Rafa? Don't give me that look.
Are you embarrassed of me? No, dude, but I'm working here.
I just wanted to congratulate you.
Excuse me.
Thanks, buddy.
I really needed it.
You're doing great.
You made me look good.
They are very pleased with you.
You know how many times I helped someone who ended up leaving me hanging? I'll put out a good word for you.
Yeah, sure.
It all depends on the shift they give me here.
- Mario.
- Coming! He sounds like your old man.
Tell him to relax a bit.
- Well, I got to get back to work.
- When are you done here? Twenty minutes, I guess.
I'll wait for you.
No, it's fine.
You go ahead.
Dude, I'll wait.
Just bring me some pizza and a beer.
Sure, it'll be a minute.
Next time I see you taking a breakout of turn, I'll deduct it from you pay.
Hmm? It was just two minutes.
I don't give a fuck! Even if it's five seconds, we're here to work and nothing more.
And he'll pay for whatever he'll have.
Did I say he wasn't going to? - Where to? - Let's go eat something.
Does it hurt? Not really.
It itches.
It's just healing.
What did the doctor say? I didn't call him.
Gypsy was really scared, wasn't he? But I needed to have a talk with him.
We need to find the mole and fast.
How's your old man doing? Hanging in there.
He can't work yet.
He's a bit down, can't move on.
Why don't you start your own pizza place? He could work the register for you.
Are you kidding me? I can't afford to buy clothes, but you want me to start a pizza business? We can call the guys.
Lomito must have a few properties.
You can start there and work your way up.
I want something legal.
I don't want any problems.
There won't be any.
You'll just owe him a few favors, that's all.
I'm not sure, bro.
I don't know.
That's your problem: you're never sure.
You'll always be working for scraps and lousy tips.
It'll get better.
What will? You need to get off your ass.
Money won't fall on your lap.
Hey, Fabi.
Yeah, I've got the box.
Did you count all the money? Okay, I'll be there.
What's up? I need to deliver something.
- Come with me.
- Yeah, sure.
- Wait here.
- Sure.
Hey, Rafa.
Hi, kid.
See you later.
Let's go.
- Hi.
Excuse me.
Behave yourself here.
Follow me.
- Rogelio.
- What's up? - Wait for me here.
- Sure thing.
- What is it? - Let's go.
But it has to be the right way.
Excuse me.
Bring some cannelloni to the kid.
It hurts! It hurts! It hurts! Take it easy.
God damn it! Thank you, kid.
They tried to kill me twice now.
There won't be a third.
Lomito, if you start shooting people now, this will be a bloodbath.
I need to protect myself and my people.
So, what will you do? You can't get to Sosa.
If Sosa won't come to me, I'll send him everything I have.
He'll be left standing all alone.
What's your plan? I'll kill them all.
Lomito, things at Ferroviarios are getting worse.
You know that.
Guillermo changed the chief of security.
It's some woman he trusts.
And she won't negotiate.
If you cause problems, hell will come your way.
Let's try to calm down.
You calm down.
I'm trying to get you to see reason.
Why don't you let the police handle these guys? They can get them off the neighborhood.
That'll never happen and you know it.
They have people on the inside.
We are the only ones that can stand against them.
Lomito, Guillermo won't back you up anymore.
If the committee agrees with him, you'll be left alone.
Do I need to remind you about the judges and district attorneys who are waiting in line to get you? I can't let them sell that crap in my hood! It's our neighborhood! We all have to clean up after you.
And you dare to talk about that? You're lucky that people are quick to forget things.
Fixing those cameras is expensive.
Who told you that? Whom did you ask? Did you ask for an estimate? You're an idiot! Please, relax.
He costs more to us.
Diana Please, Bermudez has been working here for a long time.
And is that something to be proud of? Are you going to tell me he worked his way up all his life, huh? Do you want the club to be better? - Yeah, but - What? Not at any cost.
To do what I must do, I don't need people like him around.
Give him his severance pay.
You'll be able to sleep better, right? Well, I've been here a long time.
If you pay me what I deserve I bet you have your own retirement fund.
Yeah, sure.
Like everybody here.
Then, all that's left for me to say is thank you for your services.
- Bon appétit.
- Thanks.
Is the food good here? Well, we have pizza, pizza and, also, pizza.
How long can you go with two jobs? As long as it takes.
Am I paying you too little? I came here to thank you for what you did yesterday.
You saved my friend.
Anyone would have done the same.
Ha! Where do you think you live, kid? I don't care what others may or may not have done.
I care about what you did.
Lomito sent you that.
Well, thank you.
Would you like to work just one job? Yeah, of course.
Who wouldn't? Well, Rafa needs to heal.
He'll be out for some time.
Can you drive? Yeah.
Then, think about it.
- Then decide.
- All right.
Thank you.
And stop thanking me.
Yeah, it gets old.
Let's go.
That's a rat's nest.
Guillermo said he would replace Bermudez, right? Well, we'll see about that.
What do you think of all this? I don't know.
It's hard to think that someone could be worse than him.
Don't you have someone honest for his job? Should I prepare some interviews? What was the name of that weird guy? He saw himself as some sort of sheriff.
He used to work with you in Zona Oeste.
- Remember? - Cardoso? Yeah, him! How about him? Huh? - Yeah, it's so pretty.
- Do you like it? - Yeah.
- What do you think? It looks good, right? But I think it's a bit big.
Hey, don't say that.
It's fine.
But that's how kids dress now, right? The important thing is being warm.
Take it off.
I've got another one.
This one is green.
It's nicer.
Let's try it.
Do you like it? Let's see.
It's a size smaller and it's green.
This one fits better, right? The sleeves are perfect.
Go check yourself in the mirror.
Do you remember you'd asked me if I had a job for you? Yeah.
Do you have something for me? Yeah, cleaning service at the club.
What's that about? What would I have to do? Clean up the offices.
Not more than that, just see that everything is clean.
It's a steady job, legal.
You would have insurance, a pension fund, everything.
All right.
Thank you.
- Doris, I need a favor.
- Of course.
- Can I get another cup of coffee? - Sure.
And some water, please.
Room temperature.
Thank you.
Hi, Lomito.
Yeah, what's up? I've been talking with the Octopus.
He said Sosa wants to negotiate.
All right, let's meet, then.
They're willing to tell us who let the hitman in.
Tell them to come to the hood.
Then, we'll see if we can come up with some arrangement.
Yeah, sounds good.
Let's do it.
So? I'll hear them out.
Let's see what they have to say.
Everything will be all right.
I'll be upstairs.
Let's hope they don't come up with something stupid.
- Did you sign the checks? - Which checks? Diana needs them.
You promised you would get the funding.
Sure, but I can't do it in one day, Guillermo.
Sign the checks.
Give her the money.
Doris, get me the checks so Santiago can sign them.
Thank you.
Checks, checks, checks Cardoso? Why me? You're the only cop I can trust.
And because I know you'll enjoy the war.
Don't be so sure, Diana.
I'm too old for this.
Any moment now, this lion will stop hunting for his food.
Don't lie to yourself.
I'm fine here, relaxed.
I fight a battle or two, every now and then.
Just to stay in shape.
The city life isn't for me.
What happened to the Cardoso I knew? Ten years happened.
I'm offering you the NBA, but you're fine with playing at the park? Are you kidding me? BREWERY RESTAURAN - See you tomorrow.
- See you later.
- See you tomorrow.
- Yeah, take care.
- See you later! - See you all tomorrow.
- This is more than usual.
- It's your money.
Did I get a raise? We made some extra money today.
Take it as your severance pay.
Am I fired? I don't like your friends.
This is a family restaurant.
I want nothing to do with hooligans.
But I have nothing to do with that.
Well, I don't give a rat's ass.
Leave and never come back.
Let me give you a piece of advice.
Be careful with the friends you choose.
You're a good kid.
Don't fuck it up.
I never asked for advice.
I just needed a job.
Well, me and my family, we're from Buenos Aires.
- Uh-huh.
- Born and raised here.
But we moved to Tucumán after they lost their jobs.
- My grandparents live there.
- I see.
That's why they call me Tucumano.
But my name is Gabriel.
Anyway, Lomito helped me with my tryouts.
Listen, kid.
People come here to have sex.
Not to talk and mess around with the girls.
Dude, give me a break.
I'm paying for all this.
Can you afford her? - I'm not sure if I have enough.
- Then you'll need to leave.
- Come.
- Hey, please.
Who the fuck are you? Come on, let's get out of here.
Come with me.
Down here.
If Lomito sees you like this, he'll beat the shit out of you.
Lomito hates losing money.
Make yourself comfortable.
Try not to break anything.
So, my dad is your manager? - Yeah.
- What's that like? I haven't played my first match yet, but it's okay.
He hasn't spoken to the coach yet.
We'll see.
Do you believe him? Of course.
He's your dad.
That's why I'm asking.
Yeah, I believe him.
Daddy is true to his word.
If he says he'll do it, for better or worse, he will.
He helped a lot of people make a better living, you know? Others, not so much.
Hey, Dad! Don't worry, we didn't have sex.
I didn't ask.
Just in case.
You can't think that low of me.
What's up with you, anyway? Put a shirt on.
You'll catch a cold.
This is a family home.
I'm okay with you staying here, but let's keep it clean.
Don't worry, Dad.
I'll look out for him.
And if he scores a goal, I want my cut.
I didn't know you worked as a manager now.
Gabriel is my first player.
I'll start with him.
You know your father.
I never liked the easy jobs.
- I think I'll go to bed.
- Sure.
Couldn't you find a colder place to meet? We have no cameras here, Lomito.
Good evening, then.
I'm Hector Baldini.
To whom do I owe the pleasure? Vicente Castro.
The Octopus? - Is that what your friends call you? - Vicente is fine.
Well, until we can trust each other, I think it's wise to keep a safe distance from one another.
Let's not forget why we're here.
This is, for lack of better phrasing, for the sake of everybody here.
- Let's cut to the chase.
- Yeah.
That's fine.
Let me clear something up first.
I'm here to do business.
And I bet you are, too.
Let's try to stay out of each other's way, try not to lie to one another.
We're all on the same team.
And as our treasurer said, we're all from the same neighborhood.
Get to the point.
It's getting cold out here.
We wanna work here.
You want to sell drugs here.
Is that it? Let's hear it as it is.
Drugs in the hood? - I'm not sure about that.
- You'll get 10%.
With a floor of $100,000.
I'm talking dollars here.
I need to think about it.
All right.
That's fine.
How about the other thing? The guy that let the hitman in is called Oscar.
Oscar? Oscar? Who is he? Oscar, the one with the beard.
From the stalls.
Who gave you the info? The deal was for the name, nothing else.
All right.
You gave him the name, he presented the deal to you.
There isn't much to think about, right? Aren't you Sosa's right hand? Then let's agree to that amount in exchange for the zone.
No, not the whole territory.
That's priceless.
We have our people, families.
The railroad is the limit.
Do we have a deal? I told you he was straight up, didn't I? He gave you the name before agreeing to anything.
You're so weird.
Your understanding of what a straight up guy is, is strange.
See you later.
So, Oscar? - I'm not buying it.
- That's very strange.
We need to talk to him.
Anyway, Fabi.
I've got everything under control.
Hi, this is Oscar.
Don't leave a message, just use WhatsApp.
Straight to voice mail.
We'll need to talk to him in person.
Oscar? I had to come visit you.
I've been calling you.
Oscar? Let's just talk, Oscar.
Oscar! Explain this to me.
Explain! YOU CAN'T UNDERSTAND MY INSANITY Have you been waiting here long? You told me to think about it.
- Well, I did.
- So? I need it.
So, I accept.
What's wrong? I don't want to get in trouble.
No one asked you to.
- Okay.
- All right, then.
Let's go.
I thought I could stay home with my dad today.
I'll start on Monday, all right? Sure.
I'll see you on Monday.
This is the ideal afternoon we all dream about.
It's Sunday, and we have an amazing football match ahead.
If Ferroviarios wins, and Portland doesn't, Ferroviarios will take the lead in the league championship.
Has it started yet? Ten minutes to go.
and they'll be playing against Dorrego FC.
They need this win to remain in the league.
Two different teams, with two different realities.
You're not working today? It's going to be tough.
They need at least a tie I found another gig.
The biggest worry is Fuentes' condition.
Doing what? It pays better and I don't have to put up with that old fucker.
But what do you have to do? I'll work at a different shop.
You don't say.
they have increased the security after what happened in the last match Hey, Dad.
Did you report your truck stolen? What for? Cops won't do shit about it.
It's probably scraps by now.
Besides, I've been feeling really tired lately.
I'll decide what to do tomorrow.
POLICE - Look at all the security.
- It's not like we're terrorists.
I have hats, banners, and headbands! Hats, banners, and headbands! It's healed! Lomito! Lomito! Our club is the only thing that matters! People don't matter.
Ferroviarios is the only thing we care about! Ferroviarios! Ferroviarios! That Diana woman works fast.
She's smart, tough.
This will be a tough battle indeed.
Tickets? We don't have any.
But we have our membership IDs.
And they are all up to date, right? Right, fellas? I guess you'll get to see the match for free.
Not only that, but you're getting paid for that.
Don't stir things up, Lomito.
I could say the same to you.
I know you like beating people up.
But can you handle all of us? Do you think the fire department will be enough? Excuse me, officer.

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