If you have approximately 90 minutes to kill, a love of the band Pulp to feed, and even a passing interest in documentary features, we’ve got just the ticket for you. In fact, you don’t even need a literal ticket for this one, because we’re offering a free film to be watched in the comforts of your own home, via the very Internet itself. We truly do live in the future.
Thanks to our sister site Pitchfork, Florian Habicht’s documentary about beloved British rock band Pulp—appropriately titled Pulp: A Film About Life, Death & Supermarkets—is available to stream free for 24 hours only. The doc follows the band on the way to its 2012 reunion show in Sheffield, a combination of “you can’t go home again, oh wait, maybe you can” drama and actual concert film that serves up something for Pulp fans of all stripes.
If, for some strange reason, you can’t carve out 90 minutes to watch the film today (or, if you do, and then you just love it enough to watch it again), the film opens in limited theatrical release on Wednesday, November 19, and it will be available for digital download this Friday, November 21.
Watch Pulp: A Film About Life, Death & Supermarkets below. The clock is ticking!