Continuity mistake: When Christina is consoling the little boy, the boy's mother is stroking his right arm, but the next shot shows her arm already behind his back at his left shoulder.
Kev: What about bees?
Cassidy: Bees. Did you just say bees?
Kev: Yeah, like on Wicker Man. Put a cage around his head and release the bees.
Hoover: I vote stabbing.
Cassidy: Look, the Wicker Man is a brilliant film, but we're talking about killing a man here, Kev.
Kev: I know.
Cassidy: No, you don't! Look, where are you even gonna get bees from? What, you have ready access to bees all of a sudden? You a beekeeper now, are you?
Kev: Yeah, I am.
Cassidy: You are?
Cassidy: Beekeeper...? All right. Apologies. I'm sorry. It's actually...it's a brilliant idea, we'll go with the bees. Do you wanna do the bees? Let's do the bees. I'd imagine we need some honey.
Trivia: Arseface is based on James Vance, a teenager who made a suicide pact with his friend Ray Belknap, after the two became intoxicated while listening to the band Judas Priest. Vance survived his suicide attempt, but was left with a horribly disfigured face. His parents went on to unsuccessfully sue Judas Priest, blaming the band for their son's suicide attempt.
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