Blur: No Distance Left to Run (2010)
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Critic Reviews for Blur: No Distance Left to Run
Neither a weak cash-in nor a by-numbers talking-heads fest, the film boasts exceptional live footage.
Unexpectedly revealing interviews and some stunning live footage make this one of the better band behind-the-scenes.
As the narrative culminates in the spectacular Glastonbury and Hyde Park performances, you feel the sense of celebration - of both the comeback and the career as a whole - is deserved, and Southern and Lovelace do it justice.
It's a genteel ride, best enjoyed by fans, but this film also doubles as the most satisfying account of fractured friendships reforged among 40-year-old Englishmen you'll see this year.
A comprehensive but unsurprising account of Blur's history.
Audience Reviews for Blur: No Distance Left to Run
A brilliant documentary highlighting the highs and lows of one of Britain's most successful groups and of course one of my favourite bands. Gives a really insightful look into the unique friendships each member formed over the course of the band's 20 year career. Absolutely loved it. Defiantly worth the watch! Forgot how much I loved their music.
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