The rise and fall of the Gallagher brothers (and the other three) is charted in new documentary Supersonic and the first clip of the film reveals baby pictures, an innocent-looking Noel, and even signs of affection between the warring siblings.

However, the film only follows the band's meteoric rise and not their eventual split in 2009. 

Supersonic is in cinemas on October 3 and it's produced by Asif Kapadia, the award-winning filmmaker behind Amy, the Oscar-winning film about the late singer Amy Winehouse, and Senna, the acclaimed documentary about Brazilian racing driver Ayrton Senna. 

Noel and Liam are billed as Executive Producers on the new film alongside Kapadia and the cast includes original Oasis members Paul McGuigan and Tony MCarroll, Creation Records boss, Alan McGee, and Gallagher matriarch, Peggy Gallagher.

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The film opens with the formation of Oasis in 1991 and culminates with their record-breaking gig at Knebworth in August, 1996. 

Supersonic was directed by Mat Whitecross, who has previously made The Road to GuantanamoSex & Drugs & Rock & Roll, and Spike Island.  

Whitecross has said that he is sure Oasis will get back together one day. Speaking at a special preview screening of Supersonic in the UK on Sunday night, he said, "Neither of them have discounted the idea of getting back together. It will happen, I'm sure. The idea of never seeing them again for me is impossible."