Listen to Looch: Pulp documentary celebrates 'Common People' in more ways than one

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Mary Lucia talks about the Pulp documentary, 'Pulp: A Film About Life, Death and Supermarkets' (Mary Lucia; Luke Taylor | MPR)

Mary Lucia talks about a documentary she recently watched about the band Pulp, and the farewell concert they gave in their hometown of Sheffield, England. The film is called Pulp: a Film about Life, Death and Supermarkets, and it is directed by Florian Habicht.

Pulp are well known for their song, "Common People," and in this documentary, a lot of time is spent interview everyday folks around Sheffield. "I don't even know that it's so much a movie about Pulp," Mary says, "but it might be a movie about common people: what unites us, what brings us together, what we love: music."

Watch the video above for more of what Mary has to say about this documentary, which is streaming now on Amazon Prime Video.

Official Trailer

External Links

Pulp: a Film about Life, Death and Supermarkets - Amazon Prime Video

Jarvis Cocker - official site

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