The National has risen to superstardom, so it makes sense a documentary on them has appeared. However, this is said to be more than a rock doccie. Made by lead singer Matt Berninger’s younger, heavy metal-loving unknown brother, Tom Berninger, it’s more the story of the band, their High Violet tour and Tom’s relationship with his famous brother. Regardless of how it turns out (it’s received critical acclaim already), you know one thing: the soundtrack will be great.


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