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Live Forever is a film about a period in the Nineties when anything seemed possible. Britain was of a time, of a people, of a place, which captured the worlds imagination. A bright new culture deserved a bright new government. And it seemed, for a little while at least, that Britain had one. Live Forever is a story that builds to that moment in the Nineties when the politicians recognized the emergence of a vibrant British popular culture and seized it, guerrilla-fashion, to re-brand the country. In the mid-Nineties Britain was swinging again and Oasis debut album Definitely Maybe captured the mood of the times; a swaggering and epic celebration of the joys of living purely for the moment. Along with Pulp and Blur, Oasis had kick-started an upsurge in home-grown musical talent. It heralded a new music scene, which became known as Britpop. But it wasnt just the music. British galleries, catwalks and records were the envy of the rest of the world. British culture rocked and cool Britannia had arrived.
I laughed, I cried, much better than Cats. Liam Gallagher is a poof. Long live Noel! No mention of the Verve - WTF?Published 23 months ago by John Fischetti
I read many 5-Star reviews & ratings of LIVE FOREVER DVD before deciding to purchase it. I was disappointed. Read morePublished on August 16, 2013 by Karen D.
This documentary provides a beautiful overview of the Britpop movement of the 90s. New and old interviews, live performance footage, etc. Great for any Oasis or Blur fan!Published on May 4, 2013 by bbyrd
It helps me know more about Brit-pop and everything I've been listening to. Oasis was so great. What a pity the brothers broke up.Published on March 12, 2013 by Michellewang
This is one of the funniest music documentaries ever. I first saw an edited version of this a few years ago on BBCA and was hooked. Read morePublished on November 8, 2012 by ec05
This was a great time for British music, and if you are of a certain age, you will enjoy this. If you like Dizzee Rascal and girls aloud, I probably wouldn't bother with it. Read morePublished on November 21, 2011 by PaulW
I am not good a reviews. I love the Britpop. It made me proud to be Britsh. I left Englad for America, so it made me feel like I was dying inside for moveing to a strange land. Read morePublished on June 10, 2011 by Jean Greene