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The Sparks Brothers  2020
Director:  Edgar Wright
Producer:
  Nira Park, Edgar Wright, George Hencken and Laura Richardson
Editor:
  Paul Trewartha, with Nick J. Webb and Tobias Zaluda
Music:
  Score by Gary Welch, songs by Sparks
Director of Photography:
  Jake Polonsky
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Cast:
spacer1 Russell Mael
spacer1 Ron Mael
spacer1 Neil Gaiman
spacer1 Patton Oswalt
spacer1 Björk
people1 Mike Myers
spacer1 Beck
spacer1 ‘Flea’ (Michael Blazary)
spacer1 Fred Armisten
spacer1 Nick Rhodes
spacer1 John Taylor
people1 Jason Schwartzman
spacer1 Steve Jones
spacer1 Amy Sherman-Palladino
people1 Jonathan Ross
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spacer1 Russell Mael spacer1 Ron Mael spacer1 Neil Gaiman
spacer1 Patton Oswalt spacer1 Björk people1 Mike Myers
spacer1 Beck spacer1 ‘Flea’ (Michael Blazary) spacer1 Fred Armisten
spacer1 Nick Rhodes spacer1 John Taylor people1 Jason Schwartzman
spacer1 Steve Jones spacer1 Amy Sherman-Palladino people1 Jonathan Ross
spacer1 Russell Mael spacer1 Ron Mael
spacer1 Neil Gaiman spacer1 Patton Oswalt
spacer1 Björk people1 Mike Myers
spacer1 Beck spacer1 ‘Flea’ (Michael Blazary)
spacer1 Fred Armisten spacer1 Nick Rhodes
spacer1 John Taylor people1 Jason Schwartzman
spacer1 Steve Jones spacer1 Amy Sherman-Palladino
people1 Jonathan Ross spacer1

Synopsis:
Sparks is your favorite band’s favorite band, and soon to be yours too. Whether or not you’re aware of it, Sparks likely had a hand in something you’re fond of. This is a band that has been in the background of almost every art form across the last 50 years.

Growing up in the ’60s, Los Angeles brothers Ron and Russell got by on a heavy diet of popcorn matinees and pop music until the spotlight of school talent shows illuminated their way on a musical journey that has so far spawned 25 studio albums.

It should come as no surprise to those familiar with the mind behind such comedies as Baby Driver that Edgar Wright’s debut documentary, The Sparks Brothers, is an absolute delight. Wright’s spirited vision brings five decades of invention to life through nutty animations and interviews with a who’s who of cool, and by digging deeply into the band’s rich, career-spanning archival.

With tongue planted firmly in cheek, this charming love letter to innovation, music, and two rebel artists just might make this the biggest year yet for the brothers named Sparks.

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