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A shocking portrait of one of the most notorious rock groups of all time. A compelling and insightful look into the world of The Sex Pistols, this film charts their rise from the back streets of '70s London and ultimate implosion while on tour in America.
Whenever I'm feeling down I watch this and John Lydon's interview throughout always makes me feel better.
Brilliant documentary: fast-paced, irreverent, and wise
A brilliant documentary, infused with the spirit of early British Punk Rock: fast-paced, irreverent, witty, stylish, and meaningful. John Lydon is captivating in his eloquently direct reflections; his wit and wisdom make for some of the most unforgettable moments of this film (particularly, when juxtaposed with the elusive Malcolm McLaren).
Very Entertaining, Very Informative!
An interesting & inspiring documentary.
2 other punk rock documentaries you should see are "End Of The Century" about The Ramones and also
"We Jam Econo" about The Minutemen.