Pulp’s Candida Doyle talks to Leeds International Film Festival about documentary The Beat is the Law.

The film traces Pulp’s beginnings back to the decline in economic conditions and the unrest in the UK in Thatcher’s Britain – particularly in their native Sheffield.

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  1. This looks nice, I should check it out. I still have to see Made in Sheffield and Anyone Can Play Guitar aswell.

    And a suggestion for the LTW team: How about a Top 50 Music Documentaries list?
    As I need more input!

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