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Ian Dury was one of British pop music's most original performers: his croaky-voiced tales of dodgy characters set to funk backdrops aren't quite like anything else in music. This biopic is built around an incredible performance from Andy Serkis as the singer, with the scenes fitting in between a brilliant recreation of a Dury gig. It's not a happy story - Dury's childhood was destroyed by polio and despite his success, his adult years weren't much better. But all that gave Dury a furious energy and fierce sense of humour that Serkis nails perfectly.
This film has many uses of very strong language and contains strong sex and drug use.
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