Film review: The eccentric double act who lit the way for so many pop stars

Sparks may not have had the commercial success they deserve but, as Edgar Wright’s documentary demonstrates, their popularity and influence on pop music is wide-ranging

1st August, 2021
Film review: The eccentric double act who lit the way for so many pop stars
Ron and Russell Mael are the subject of Edgar Wright’s documentary The Sparks Brothers. Picture: Anna Webber

The Sparks Brothers

Directed by Edgar Wright

Nationwide, 15A

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