This is the first documentary from Edgar Wright, the King of "High-Quality B Films". Huge super stars such as the Rolling Stones, Led Zepplin discuss the Spark Brothers, but why has the public never heard of such influential musicians? This unfamiliarity may evoke the question of whether this movie is a mockumentary in the same vein as This Is Spinal Tap. However, the Sparks Brothers have solidified their presence through the 25 albums they have released over the past 50 years, earning them the title "musicians for musicians". The film portrays an ambiguous yet multi-layered portrait of the two subjects through the director's signature boisterous style. This is Edgar Wright's way of writing a love letter in tribute to a cult band that was dedicated to musical experimentation. (MAENG Soojin)
Growing up in the UK, Wright began crafting his distinct visual style from high school. A Fistful of Fingers, his no-budget western film, led to foray into television comedy shows including the award-winning cult classic, Spaced. In 2017, His film Baby Driver grossed over $220 million worldwide at the box office and went on to receive three Academy Award nominations and two BAFTA nominations, one of which it won for Best Editing.
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