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This unpretentious rock-doc follows Sleaford Mods through their breakthrough year of 2015, from pub backrooms to Glastonbury and beyond.
Bunch of Kunst refuses to do any navel-gazing or indulge in the possibility of anti-star posturing: it's a matter-of-fact documentation of how a few middle-aged blokes finally get some traction and hard-won acclaim.
A probing, potent and propulsive celebration for the already acquainted and a lure for the uninitiated.
Franz makes no efforts to win over those unfamiliar with or resistant to the Sleaford Sound.
The success of this film falls on the fact that it manages to give fans a precious peek behind the curtain, whilst also not limiting the appeal to them and them alone.
It's impossible not to root for these unexpected rock stars.
Christine Franz's film is overlong and, like many music documentaries, slightly overstates the importance of its subject. However, it captures the mundanity of their working-class background [and] the intensity of their live shows.
Just like the Sleafords themselves, Christine Franz's film is unpretentious and unfiltered, and it brilliantly captures the momentum and excitement of a band as they make their breakthrough.
There's a real sense of lightning being captured in a bottle here, and the guys - along with Williamson's no-nonsense wife - are just great company.
I'm afraid that national treasure status is Jason's whether he wants it or not.
Iggy Pop's droll cameo and the Mods' affable humour make a thrillingly unlikely success story more appealing still.
Director Christine Franz follows the Sleaford Mods over the course of a couple of years in which they reach new heights of success.
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