For those that don't know it was filmed over five days for the pricely sum of £50,000. To give you a clue as to how cheap that is a very very cheap half hour show on TV will cost about that. Yes, this film is rather short, running at 71mins but it's well worth the cost of a DVD purchase.
The film follows a few days in the life of La Donk (Nicholas) and his overweight rapper buddy, Scor-Zay-Zee. La Donk is working on the road crew for a band called The Arctic Monkeys (referred to by Donk as The Arctical Monkeys) and he is hoping to somehow get his rapper mate an opening slot at one of their gigs. While this is going on his ex-girlfriend is about to give birth to his son and wants her new boyfriend to be the birth partner.
What follows is some incredibly touching and moving cinema as well as some absolutely laugh out loud moments. More than one I had to remove my specs to wipe the tears from my eyes. The humour is a little crude and you probably wouldn't want to watch it when your mother and the vicar have popped around but it's certainly one for your collection.
Oh and keep watching the credits.