Pitchfork streamen 24 Stunden lang die Pulp-Doku „Pulp – A Film About Life, Death and Supermarkets“ von Florian Habicht, die wir euch im April schon empfohlen hatten.
Alternative rockers Pulp found stardom in the „˜90s with hits like „Common People“ and „Disco 2000.“ Twenty-five years later, and 10 million albums sold, they return to their hometown of Sheffield for a reunion show. More than just a concert film, Pulp evokes the live-music experience as a fantastic collective dream seen through the dual perspectives of both audience and band all at once. Everyone is equal in the escape, where performers are pedestrian and the spectators are made stars. This exhilarating look at popularity and performance blends concert footage, interviews with the band, bystanders and fans, and songs performed by Sheffielders in telling tableaux.