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Released 2003

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Director:
John Dower
Released:
2003
Rating:
R
Live Forever is a 2003 music documentary about the Britpop scene of the mid-90s. Director John Dower looks back at the brief but potent musical scene that brought the British audience back to their own music and away from American rock. The film connects the departure of conservative Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher with a revitalizing effect on the club music scene. Bands such as Blur, Oasis, Suede, Massive Attack and Pulp reflected a new and spirited British-centric attitude. The film begins with the Poll Tax Riots, and then weaves through the Manchester versus London battle of the bands. The filmmaker then interviews band members to reflect on the songs and the time. Damon Albarn from Blur and brothers Noel and Liam Gallagher from Oasis describe their experiences. Other interviewees include Jarvis Cocker from Pulp, Robert del Naja, also known as 3D, from Massive Attack and writers Jon Savage and Toby Young, each adding their unique perspective to a brief but telling moment in British musical history.moreless

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Arts, Documentary, Music