On October 23 at 11 p.m., Doclisboa and Alambique present the film Pulp: a Film about Life, Death & Supermarkets, by Florian Habicht, at Lux Frágil.
In Pulp: a Film about Life, Death & Supermarkets the New Zealand director Florian Habicht portraits Pulp’s last concert in the UK. The britpop band marked a generation during the 90’s with hymns like Common People, Disco 2000 and Babies.
Returning back to Sheffield where they were born, and with the best performance of their careers exclusive for the movie, the band led by front man Jarvis Cocker shares thoughts about fame, love, mortality and car maintenance. Fabian Habicht mixes Pulp performance with the life from Sheffield’s inhabitants, creating a funny, exciting and sometimes baffling film.
This screening maintains the traditional collaboration between Doclisboa, Alambique and Lux Frágil in the presentation of films related to music, such as Shut Up and Play the Hits in 2012 and The Stone Roses: Made of Stone, in 2013. After the screening there will be a party with Lux Frágil resident DJs.
The film will be available on DVD and VOD from October 31.