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SHOTLIST (including transcript) :-
1. Trailer clip: "Welcome to the Punch"
London, 5 March 2013
2. SOUNDBITE (English) James McAvoy, actor - on filming at home in London:
"Amazing, it's such a luxury. I know people go 'whatever, you're an actor, they fly you around the world, deal with it,' and it is amazing, we do get treated far too nicely, all that kind of stuff. But you are quite often far away from your loved ones and all that kind of stuff. So to be able to just go home at night and have dinner with your wife and tuck your kid in and stuff, it was amazing. Nothing to do with the film, won't help anybody decide whether they want to go and see it or not, but it was very nice for me."
3. Trailer clip: "Welcome to the Punch"
London, 5 March 2013
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Mark Strong, actor - on the challenges of filming in your home city:
"Funnily enough, it's harder to work in London because your family is here, especially when you're doing night shoots. We had three weeks of night shoots, which were five in the evening until five in the morning, we would literally shoot until dawn came up and then I would have get in a car and go back over the where I live in London and by the time I got home it was morning and the kids were waking up. So they found it really hard to understand at their age that I needed to go to bed, because I had been up all night. They just wanted to play with dad and have breakfast. So, I'd have to go home, have breakfast and then go to bed and get a few hours while they went off the school and then you've got to find time to learn your lines and prepare for the next day and of course they are coming back from school, so it makes it trickier. When you're on location you can just focus on what you're doing, but then I'd rather be at home with them so I can see them."
5. Trailer clip: "Welcome to the Punch"