Tuesday, 29 July 2008

Northern Soul

I watched this documentary on Northern Soul last night. It's lovely because it was actually made at the time so there's no horrible nostalgia or any of that 'kids today wouldn't understand' nonsense in it (I always hate documentaries about punk and Factory Records for that reason), it centres around a girl who works in an industrial laundrette and a lathe worker who's about the most thoughtful, gentle man ever captured on film.

I got it off surfthechannel.com, which has a great documentary section.


videotime said...

Yeah this is great, I think I posted this on my blog a while ago...Very true about it being better for being made in the past.

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