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Filth And The Fury, The: A Sex Pistols Film (2000)
Starring: Paul Cook, Steve Jones, Glen Matlock, Johnny Rotten, Sid Vicious
Director: Julien Temple
Category: Special Interest, Music
Studio: New Line Cinema
103 mins



"Essential viewing for anyone who loved - or loathed - punk rock.Bizarre, original and brilliantly crafted.Funny and moving."-New York Times

The Sex Pistols were in existence for only 26 months and recorded only one album, yet changed the face of music forever.

The Filth And The Fury, a film by Julien Temple, is a shocking portrait of arguably the most influential and certainly the most notorious rock group of all time.It documents the story of The Sex Pistols, charting their rise from the litter-stacked back-streets of '70s London through their crucifixion by the British tabloids and ultimate implosion on tour in America.

Painted against the political, economic and cultural backdrop of London in the mid-'70s, the film depicts what was to become a key transitional moment in English social history.Culled primarily from the band's own 20-hour-plus archive of never before seen footage, The Filth And The Fury captures the very essence of the punk movement.