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‘Sometimes audiences applauded Frank; sometimes they threw stuff at him’

Though his head is encased in papier mache, Michael Fassbender is wondrously expressive in this biopic of Frank Sidebottom

10 May 2014

9:00 AM

10 May 2014

9:00 AM

Frank

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Frank is a music biopic, but only of sorts, as it is not at all like your average music biopic. It’s not that processional march we have come to expect; that chronological story of tough beginnings, the moment of discovery, tour montages, calendar dates flying, and finally making it big.

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