Speaking to DS, the Brit filmmaker said that he would be eager to direct another feature with Le Donk, a roadie with delusions of grandeur, as long as it could be done on a low budget.
"I'd love to do it again," said Meadows. "I wouldn't want to go out again if we were making it for three million quid. I'd only go back, and I'm sure Paddy's the same, we'd only go back if we kept it as lo-fi. That was what was fun about it, that there wasn't a million people around. It was five or six people driving around in a pretty knackered camper van having a laugh."
Asked if the follow-up will expand on Le Donk's recollections of an encounter with a hermaphrodite in the US, Considine replied: "I doubt it very much! That was actually something from a short that we made about eight years ago with Le Donk and he's told Shane about his excursions to New York."
Le Donk & Scor-Zay-Zee opens in UK cinemas today.
> Click here to watch our interview with Meadows, Considine and Scor-zay-zee