Paddy Considine film cost £50,000

By Sinead Garvan
Newsbeat entertainment reporter

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Most people will probably know Paddy Considine for his more serious roles in films like Bourne Ultimatum, in which he plays newspaper reporter Simon Ross, and in Shane Meadow's Dead Man's Shoes. Now he's back in a comedy that took just five days and £50,000 to make, the so-called mockrockumentary Le Donk & Scor-zay-zee. He plays a glorified roadie for Arctic Monkeys who's trying to promote a UK rapper.


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Nottingham rapper Scorzayzee opens an Arctic Monkeys gig in the film
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Paddy Considine won a Bafta with Diarmid Scrimshaw for Dog Altogether

Le Donk & Scor-zay-zee is out on DVD.

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