Morbid biographical story of Sid Vicious, bassist with British punk group the Sex Pistols, and his girlfriend Nancy Spungen. When the Sex Pistols break up after their fateful US tour, ... See full summary »
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We don't learn anything new from this "documentary". 'Care to watch a whole bunch of gits endlessly blather on about stuff they don't know about and that repeated over & over again? Much of this doesn't even concern the Sex Pistols. No, not everything from the '70s concerned the Pistols.
It's always nice seeing the Sex Pistols, and hardcore Pistols fans will enjoy watching all this but, no, this is not a well-crafted tale of a band. This film-maker does not know how to edit. Unless you all believe it makes sense to have each interviewee repeat each point time after time.
I'm thankful they didn't simply throw all this footage out and I was able to watch this once but this is not a real movie. The Sex Pistols were a punk rock band? I've never heard chart positions mentioned so often since wikipedia. Was this a high school film club project? I've now heard enough from Steve Dior to last myself a lifetime.
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