Disabled men do 'The Full Monty'
The men were cast after answering an advert in a disability magazine
A group of disabled men who created a new take on the smash hit comedy film - The Full Monty, have been praised by a leading disability charity.
The Crippendales follows Hull man Lee Kemp, 34, as he puts together a group of men with various disabilities and gets them to strip at a hen night.
The film was launched at the Sheffield Documentary Festival this week.
Disability charity Leonard Cheshire, said it hoped the film would positively influence people's views of disability.
The documentary is being screened at the New York Film festival on Friday.