Benedict Cumberbatch makes the film "Little Favour" and bleeds for a friend

It is good as high as you can get, not to forget your friends... So, we can only say well done to Benedict Cumberbatch who agreed to be kicked and bleed for the sake of the short film "Little Favour" of the rookie director Patrick Victor Monroe.


The two of them met at the "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy" film and since then they kept close contact. When the time came for Monroe to make his debut, the British actor agreed to play the role of a former British military who is suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder and when he gets a call from a former colleague, this will be the beginning of a bad experience. The film found the money for the production through the crowdfunding platform of Indiegogo, with Monroe to request $40,000 and finally to collect $138,000, something that has -obviously- to do with Benedict Cumberbatch appearing in it...

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