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Watch Pulp: A Film About Life, Death and Supermarkets
The documentary helps the audience understand increasingly about an English rock band formed in Sheffield in 1978. It is about the extraordinary farewell concert the band played for thousands of crazy fans.
While the democracy of it casts a sweet spell and speaks to Pulp's generosity and humility, one wonders if even in this era of selfie culture Pulp fans will want to see this much of themselves on screen
What makes this rock doc a little different is that there are interviews of other people in Sheffield who talk about Sheffield as a city and as a backdrop for Pulp's music. This movie will appeal to Pulp fans and those interested in Sheffield.
The abbreviated history may mystify people who don't already know the basics. But the film does offer a vivid portrait of Cocker - wit, unlikely casanova and quite possibly hypochondriac - and an intriguing if glancing one of Doyle.