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391. The Go-Betweens - Right Here; movie review

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Cert TBA
95 mins
BBFC advice: TBA

I might be a devotee of Glastonbury (we have just had our 2019 tickets confirmed) and I was around in the 1980s but I had never heard of The Go-Betweens.
However, I can report that this is one of the most engaging and well-produced music documentaries of the year.
The Go-Betweens are a band from Australia who developed a cult following in the UK and Down Under and were highly acclaimed by critics.
Indeed, their combination of professional appreciation and lack of commercial success reminded me of the story of Rodriguez in Searching For Sugar Man.
Writer and director Kriv Stenders tells their tale with great skill and combines it with a soundtrack which demonstrates the Go-Betweens' qualities.
The history of the band is chronicled from Robert Forster's first meeting with co-founder Grant McLennan in a school in Brisbane.
The pair clicked immediately and played in a selection of groups before creating their own.
Those who joined and departed are seen walking across a plain before being interviewed and then disappear back across it after their part is told.
Yes, many people came and went, including respective girlfriends whose presence in the band added to the Go-Betweens' frisson.
I found their story compelling because of its never-say-die spirit and the confidence of the band members despite being on the breadline.
Many home truths are told and there is a chunk of sadness as well as bravado because of the untimely death of McLennan and the inevitable break-ups.
But it is interesting that bitterness seems to have dissipated with time and the anecdotes of all players are tinged with fondness.
The footage and photos add a nostalgic kick for those of us whose musical appreciation was at its zenith at the time The Go-Betweens were being their most adventurous.
Indeed, I may have seen them play live at the time when I was watching a band a week.
Sad to say I cannot remember it but I suspect they wouldn't either.

Reasons to watch: Really well-constructed tale of a little-known band
Reasons to avoid: If you need to be aware of the subject

Laughs: None
Jumps: None
Vomit: None
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 8/10

Director quote - Kriv Stenders: "Apart from being a fan, I’ve also been haunted by their story and their music. I’ve always felt there was something inherently cinematic and iconographic about them. You know, they’re part of an era."

The big question - How does a band achieve cult status?

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