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  • Actors: Damon Albarn, Graham Coxon, Alex James, Dave Rowntree, Phil Daniels
  • Directors: Dylan Southern, Giorgio Testi, Will Lovelace
  • Producers: Jamie Clark, Laura Collins, Lucas Ochoa, Marisa Clifford, Michele d'Acosta
  • Format: DVD Single, PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, German, French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: Parlophone Records
  • DVD Release Date: 15 Feb. 2010
  • Run Time: 228 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00309Q2HI
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 12,831 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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No Distance Left To Run is the feature length documentary film telling the story of Blur as directed by 32 (Dylan Southern & Will Lovelace) and includes a second DVD of the two hour Hyde Park concert in London from summer 2009. The main feature in was filmed throughout the band’s 2009 rehearsals and acclaimed summer tour, No Distance Left To Run finds all four members of Blur together for the first time in nine years. With previously unseen archive material alongside new interviews and reportage, the film recounts the highs and lows of a very British band from the late 80’s to their headline return at Glastonbury and Hyde Park. The result is a musing on Englishness and identity and a portrait of friendship and resolution.

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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Simon Gosney on 19 Jan. 2010
For anyone who was there at the magical reunion gigs last summer, or who has admired Blur at any point during their diverse and long career, this is likely to be the best music documentary you'll have seen for a long time.

Its the kind of film that makes you want to immediately listen to every Blur song you can lay your hands on. The soundtrack is, predictably, brilliant. But the great thing about it is the fantastic interview footage. Narratively, it tells the story of Blur from their childhood through to their reunion gigs, intercut with footage from the gigs and their warm-ups.

All four members come out of the film really well - even Damon, who is markedly more candid than he has been before. But the real star is Graham, who emerges as a raconteur of almost Noel Gallagher-esque wit. Most people at one of the few cinema screenings of this film were continually giggling out loud during much of his interview footage - and yet he's able to also totally break your heart when describing his abrupt departure from Blur during the recording of 'Think Tank'. He's hilariously funny one moment, and devastatingly self-aware the next.

Its profoundly moving stuff, as it is again, for different reasons, when he and Damon describe the chats they started having about reuniting, leading up to an obviously incredibly emotional Glastonbury gig. To hear each of the band talk about what that meant to them is really quite special. And its hard not to feel quite choked when Graham reflects that he fell in love with Damon all over again when he realised that they're basically the same after all, they "just do things differently".
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Twixie VINE VOICE on 20 Jan. 2010
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This film is a bittersweet experience for any true Blur fan. I mean, it was amazing to see them and hear their thoughts on what went on with Damon/Graham etc, but it was tinged with a great sadness that they may never play together again or create any more of their amazing music. I do hope that they re-think this as there is still a lot of love for them - the fans would be delighted!!

Anyway, Graham is hilarious, loved his anecdotes, even the more sad stories are tinged with humour. Alex is always a joy to listen to - such a character. Damon, who is never at home speaking on camera, seemed less awkward than usual and you get a few insights into how his mind works. And Dave, he's great - always the one with feet more firmly on the ground I think.

The live footage, both recent and earlier, was brilliant to see, and as for the soundtrack well what would you expect?

Don't watch this thinking it will be a history of 'Britpop', it's most certainly not. It's Blur through and through and all the better for it.

If these four talented lovable scamps are your thing then you MUST buy this!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer TOP 500 REVIEWER on 17 April 2015
'No Distance Left To Run' is an official documentary that will satisfy any avid fan of Blur. It was released into cinemas in 2010, following the band's 2009 reunion and tour, their first in nine years. It also charts the band's highs and lows through newly recorded interviews with all four band members, new reportage, as well as a wealth of previously unseen archive footage scattered throughout. The interviews are very insightful, providing a candid and honest first-hand account of the band's early days, glory years, and the real reasons behind Graham's departure. These new snippets are often very funny as they are interesting. I am big fan of Alex James in his own right, and could listen to him all day, he's such a quirky and intelligent character.

The film, which runs at 104 minutes, really is one of the best music documentaries I own, and if you're a real fans of these guys, you'll want to see it. The soundtrack is predictably excellent, and after the first viewing, if it doesn't make you want to dig out you're Blur albums, nothing will. It's Britpop's finest - then and now, and a story of friendship.

The second DVD is a recording of the 2009 Hyde Park concert, where all the hits were played. This gig is beautifully filmed, with faultless sound quality, and a great atmosphere from the audience.

Here's the track listing:
1. Intro
2. She's So High
3. Girls & Boys
4. Tracy Jacks
5. There's No Other Way
6. Jubilee
7. Badhead
8. Beetlebum
9. Out of Time
10. Trimm Trabb
11. Coffee & TV
12. Tender
13. Country House
14. Oily Water
15. Chemical World
16. Sunday Sunday
17. Parklife
18. End of a Century
19. To the End
20. This Is a Low
21. Popscene
22. Advert
23. Song 2
24. Death of a Party
25. For Tomorrow
26. The Universal

A faultless package!!!
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Timothy C. Brown on 14 Feb. 2010
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The film is a documentary of the career of blur. Being a long time blur fan, it felt like an ideal way to tie the whole thing off and move us all on. The interviews with all 4 members of the band are revealing, and interesting. The footage is scattered between the earlier years on and off stage, and the more recent gigs in 2009.
The film falls down slightly, a lot of the footage has been seen before in the starshaped video, and the unseen clips of the band from the past are very brief. It would have benefitted from including more older clips that were shelved from the unreleased 'b roads' documentary. Also, the interviews dont really inform fans of anything different or new. ie we know beetlebum was about heroin, we are well aware of graham's alcohol problem... it would have been nice for the members of the band to go in to more depth about these more serious situations in blurs career.
That said, the film is a moving tribute to a varied and turbulent career, which at some point we were probably all part of. An absolute must for Blur fans.
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