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Go the supermarket and pretend you’ve got no money. Do it. Because then you can feel like common people, and hopefully you’ll save enough cash to see Pulp: Life, Death and Supermarkets.

If you don’t get it, you probably weren't born in the '90s, but you can learn.

We're talking about the Pulp documentary, directed by Florien Habicht. You may have heard whisperings about it at MIFF, but if you missed out there will be limited screenings at Cinema Nova starting August 19.

The film is a gritty, funny and (at times) bewildering depiction of the band's rise to fame and life as Pulp, concluding with their final concert in Sheffield after 35 years of music. It’s complete with the usual pearls of addled rock star wisdom and the added bonus of Jarvis Cocker's raunchy dance moves. Not to be missed.

Pulp: Life, Death and Supermarkets details

Address
380 Lygon St, Carlton 3053

Telephone 03 9347 5331

Price $12.00 to $19.00

Date 19 Aug 2014-21 Aug 2014

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