Just like most children of divorce secretly hope that their parents will get back together, superfans are forever optimistic for the day that their favorite band reunites. With The Stone Roses — whose 1989 self-titled debut was named “Best British Album of All Time” by NME in 2006 — a reunion seemed highly unlikely for the quarrelsome group plagued with lengthy label legal struggles. The Stone Roses released only one other album before disbanding in 1996, and yet they remain a highly influential band, if not wholly appreciated on this side of the pond. (Earlier this year, they drew a considerably smaller crowd than their Coachella co-headliners and fellow Brits Blur, also on the reunion circuit.) The Stone Roses: Made of Stone is directed by self-proclaimed longtime fan Shane Meadows (This Is England, A Room For Romeo Brass), and chronicles the band’s 2012 sellout tour.