A revealing documentary on Depeche Mode chronicles the career of one of pop music's most influential bands of the '80s. The piece focuses on their beginnings as a New Wave act through their development of a more dark, ominous sound with albums like "Black Celebration," and the eventual departure of Alan Wilder. Interviews with Gary Numan and Thomas Dolby are featured. Songs include "People Are People," "Strangelove," "Personal Jesus," and more. 97 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo; interviews; biographies.