The Filth and the Fury DVD

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The Filth and the Fury is an irreverent, shocking portrait of the most notorious rock group of all time.

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Released
17 September 2007
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
Channel 4 
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Runtime
103 minutes 
Features
PAL 
Barcode
6867449005898 
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play.  The story of the most notorious rock group of all time, The Sex Pistols. This video gives you the uncut, unseen, and unbelievable truth behind the Sex Pistols. Culled primarily from the band's own 20 hour plus archive of never before seen footage and painted against the economic and cultural backdrop of London in the mid 70s, The Filfth And The Fury captures the very essence of the punk movement and depicts what was to become a key transitional moment in English social history. Actors The Sex Pistols, Sid Vicious, John Lydon, Malcolm McLaren, Glen Matlock, Paul Cook & Steve Jones Director Julian Temple Certificate 15 years and over Year 2000 Languages English Duration 1 hour and 43 minutes (approx)

Julien Temple directs this documentary profile of the Sex Pistols - Johnny Rotten (née Lydon), Glen Matlock, Paul Jones, Steve Cook and Sid Vicious - the punk band who shocked the world both with their music and their off-stage antics in the latter half of the 1970s. Including much never-before-seen material from the band members' personal archives, this film debunks many of the myths which have grown up around the Pistols, allowing them to tell their story their own way - free from the influence of controversial former manager Malcolm McLaren.