"Recently I was in Burger King and a bloke in the queue said he'd loved Cemetery Junction so much that he wanted to pay for my burger. Obviously I let him. Who turns down free meat? Also, it was a nice example of how some people really engage with our stuff and fall in love it.
Cemetery Junction is a feel-good comedy-drama set in a small town in 1973 about three young mates drifting through life fighting, drinking and chasing girls.
Freddie is scared of ending up like his working-class dad (played by Ricky) so he gets a white-collar job with Mr Kendrick (Ralph Fiennes).
Along the way, Freddie is reunited with his old school sweetheart Julie but drifts apart from his best friends Bruce, a rebel without a cause, and Snork, a lovable idiot.
With Cemetery Junction, Ricky and I wanted to capture some of the spirit and energy of those classic 1960s British New Wave movies and romanticise the England we remember from our childhoods. Personally, I also think we added a dash of the fun and sweetness I used to love in the John Hughes movies that I grew up with in the 80s.
Killer soundtrack too. We start with Elton John and end with Led Zeppelin. Dammit, that bloke should have bought me fries as well."