Le Donk (Paddy Considine) is a failed musician and rock roadie with big ambitions. His pregnant girlfriend has split up with him so, with nothing left to loose he sets out to see if he can make rap prodigy Scor-zay-zee a star and turn his own life around.
This fly-on-the-wall rockumentary, directed by Shane Meadows (This Is England, Dead Man’s Shoes), follows the ups and downs of both Le Donk and Scor-zay-zee on their journey to the top. Brilliantly filmed and wonderfully executed you are completely absorbed by the pair as the adventure sees them arrive at an Artic Monkeys gig with hopes of supporting the band. Paddy’s performance is hilarious as he deals with the pressures of managing a musician and dealing with the idea of becoming a Dad. His quick wit and humour takes improvised comedy to a whole new level and will leave you laughing for days. Le Donk & Scor-zay-zee is a must see for any mockumentary fan. It’s like Spinal Tap, but for white-boy rappers.