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The Fall: The Wonderful and Frightening World of Mark E. Smith (2005)

TV Movie  |   |  Documentary  |  21 January 2005 (UK)
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A 1-hour Documentary looking at the Manchester post-punk group and its infamous leader Mark E Smith. The Film follows the current band recording their final Session for the John Peel Show (... See full summary »

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A 1-hour Documentary looking at the Manchester post-punk group and its infamous leader Mark E Smith. The Film follows the current band recording their final Session for the John Peel Show (they were his favourite group and recorded more sessions than any other band) as well as chronicling the chaotic history of the band & its numerous line-up changes. Featuring John Peel, Stewart Lee, Marc 'Lard' Riley alongside The Fall. Written by anonymous

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