Welcome to the Dark Ages (2019)

  • Documentary
  • 1h 22m

In 2017, Bill Drummond and Jimmy Cauty, formerly known as The KLF, returned after 23 years of silence – but they were no longer a pop group. They were now undertakers, planning to build a monument, The People’s Pyramid, out of 34,952 bricks made from the remains of dead people and make November 23rd in Liverpool known as ‘The Toxteth Day of the Dead.’ The band’s last famous action was in 1994, when they burned one million pounds of their earnings in a disused warehouse on a Scottish island after being one of the UK’s most successful early ‘90s pop acts.

Director

Paul Duane

Producer

Paul Duane

Producer

Nick Franco

Language

English

Countries

Ireland, UK

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