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Pulp: a Film about Life, Death & Supermarkets Film (Trailer) – 2014 Documentary

Pulp: a Film about Life, Death & Supermarkets

Film (Trailer) – 2014 Documentary

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German-born Kiwi director Florian Habicht charts the journey of Britpop band Pulp to their 2012 Sheffield farewell concert. As well as singing along with the common people, and interviews with Jarvis Cocker and band (musing on everything from ageing to fishmongering), Habicht reunites with his Love Story co-writer and cinematographer to pay tribute to the band’s hometown and fans (including a rest home rendition of ‘Help the Aged’). The film premiered to strong reviews at US festival South by Southwest, where Variety found it “warmly human” and “artfully witty”.

Like a bad nut allergy.
– Jarvis Cocker, on fame

Availability

World premiere on 9 March 2014 at the Austin Convention Center, as part of US festival South by Southwest 

New Zealand premiere in July 2014 at the Auckland Film Festival