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Simon Pegg on the importance of 'smaller British films'

Actor Simon Pegg told BBC Radio 5 live about his role as a paranoid crime writer in A Fantastic Fear of Everything.

Directed by Crispian Mills, formerly of Kula Shaker, and Chris Hopewell, Mr Pegg stars as a writer who is afraid of going to the launderette.

He told Richard Bacon that it was important to him to go back to acting in smaller British films and that he played the harmonica at a Coldplay concert.

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