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Title:
The filth and the fury
Author:
Temple, Julien.
Edition:
[DVD version].
Publication Information:
[Los Angeles, Calif.] : New Line Home Video, [2000]

©2000
Physical Description:
1 videodisc (103 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Summary:
The musical group Sex Pistols was in existence for only 26 months and recorded only one album, yet they changed the face of music forever. This shocking portrait of arguably the most influential and certainly the most notorious rock group of all time documents their rise from the back streets of London, through their crucifixion by the British tabloids and ultimate implosion on tour in America. Culled primarily from the band's own 20-hour-plus archive it includes candid interviews, performances, rehearsals and recording sessions.
General Note:
Dolby digital, stereo.

Special features: Feature length audio commentary by director Julien Temple, original theatrical trailer.

Includes 38 min. documentary: Un-defining punk / produced, directed, and edited by Susan Ricketts, Val Kuklowsky.

For specific features see interactive menu.
Language:
English
Added Title:
Un-defining punk.
ISBN:
9780780632202
Format :
DVD

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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.


Summary

A shocking portrait of 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 ultimate implosion on tour in America.