‘Pulp: A Film About Life, Death, and Supermarkets’ Is a Love Letter to the City That Created Britpop’s Weirdest Band

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On a particularly terrible night in London, singer Bomar Faery endured not one but two muggings. The unfortunate musician, decked out in a fuzzy leopard-print jacket and a thick coat of violet eyeshadow to tell his story, simply put himself on a Megabus back to Sheffield, where a kindly bartender welcomed him home by playing hours of Pulp. It’s not that you don’t get mugged in Sheffield, Bomar explains, but if you do, there’s usually something humorous about it. Likely, your assailant is someone you know.

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