'Peep show' director, Jeremy Wooding on new film 'Burning Men'

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'Peep show' director, Jeremy Wooding on new film 'Burning Men'

A new film about life on the road for a struggling London rock band is having its TV premiere this month.

'Burning Men' follows two musicians who are evicted from their South London squat.

Deciding to hit the road they sell their precious vinyl collection, including a stolen black metal record found at a fair in Camden, a move which leads them on a sinister path.

The Peep show director, Jeremy Wooding, is behind it. He's been chatting to James, along with two of the stars. 

Burning Men will have its TV premiere on London Live at 10pm this Saturday.

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