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This affectionate, humorous documentary is as much about the spirit of the northern English city of Sheffield as it is about Pulp, the legendary Britpop band led by Jarvis Cocker that sprung from there. It captures the anticipation surrounding the last homecoming concert of the group, and interviews with band members convey how they got past their early-day awkwardness to perform their witty, satirical songs. Street conversations with locals reveal the deep affection Pulp has earned in a city not easily impressed, in which “they’re alright” is the highest compliment one can strive for. Staged sequences, such as an elderly singing group’s rendition of a Pulp track in a café, round off this warm tribute.
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