Florian Habicht, 2014
UK | Format: DCP | 90 minutes
Q&A with filmmaker Florian Habicht
Twenty-five years after achieving success and fame (and selling over 10 million albums), the iconic band Pulp reunited for a 2012 “final” concert in their hometown of Sheffield. This doc, which traces the lead-up to the show, features archival footage, and modern-day interviews with the band members, the town locals, and Pulp’s multi-generational fans, creating a warm, affectionate portrait of an eccentric band and the people next door who love them. Front-man Jarvis Cocker is witty, humorous, and genuinely concerned that this concert be the show of a lifetime. An Oscilloscope Laboratories Release.