Pet Shop Boys: A Life in Pop
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The documentary was directed by George Scott and produced by Nick de Grunwald. Contributors included Robbie Williams, Brandon Flowers, Peter Robinson, Tim Rice-Oxley, West End Girls, Jake Shears, and Bruce Weber.
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