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A film about the career of the notorious punk rock band, the Sex Pistols.

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Stephen Fisher ...
Himself (Sex Pistols' lawyer) (archiveFootage)
Alice Fox ...
Woman in crowd (voice)
Bill Grundy ...
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Eric Hall ...
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Jordan ...
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Nick Kent ...
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Themselves (archiveFootage)
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Himself (as Siouxsie and the Banshees)
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Nancy Spungen ...
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Johnny Thunders ...
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Helen Wellington-Lloyd ...
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Directed by

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Julien Temple

Produced by

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Anita Camarata ... producer
Eric Gardner ... executive producer
Amanda Temple ... producer
Paul Webster ... chief executive procuder: FilmFour
Jonathan Weisgal ... executive producer

Film Editing by

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Niven Howie

Editorial Department

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Elaine Hughes ... assistant editor
Lars Woodruffe ... on-line editor

Sound Department

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Jens Christensen ... foley recordist
Felicity Cottrell ... foley artist
Paul Davies ... supervising sound editor
John Hennessey ... sound
Dave McGrath ... sound mixer
Bernard O'Reilly ... sound editor
Nick Robertson ... sound
Jack Stew ... foley artist
Andrew Stirk ... dubbing assistant
Geoff Tookey ... sound
Nick Watson ... sound consultant: Dolby

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Lorna Smith ... grading

Camera and Electrical Department

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Joe Stevens ... still photographer

Music Department

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Kaylin Frank ... music clearance
Jill Meyers ... music licensing

Other crew

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Lee Brazier ... assistant to Paul Webster
John Shearlaw ... researcher
Amanda Street ... international sales: FilmFour
Cassandra Ulinski ... assistant: Eric Gardner
James Wilson ... production executive: FilmFour

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Terence Dackombe ... special thanks
Danny DeVito ... special thanks
Michael Shamberg ... special thanks
Stacey Sher ... special thanks

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Plot Summary

A documentary about the punk band The Sex Pistols. The film tries to lighten some of the backgrounds of their way through the punk era while telling the story of the band from zero back to zero. Features lots of interviews and comments of folks who were involved. Written by Oliver Heidelbach

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Taglines A Sex Pistols film - uncut, unseen, unbelievable. See more »
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Also Known As
  • L'obscénité et la fureur - La véritable histoire des Sex Pistols (France)
  • La mugre y la furia (Spain)
  • Sex Pistols: Wscieklosc i brud (Poland)
  • Sex Pistols: Kesafat va Khashm (Iran, Persian title)
  • No Future: A Sex Pistols Film (Japan)
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Runtime
  • 108 min
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Did You Know?

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Movie Connections Features Back-Room Boy (1942). See more »
Soundtracks God Save The Queen See more »
Quotes Bill Grundy: Beethoven, Mozart, Bach and Brahms have all died...
John Lydon: They're all heroes of ours, ain't they?
Bill Grundy: Really... what? What were you saying, sir?
John Lydon: They're wonderful people.
Bill Grundy: Are they?
John Lydon: Oh yes, they really turn us on.
Steve Jones: But they're dead!
Bill Grundy: Well, suppose they turn other people on?
John Lydon: [under his breath] That's just their tough shit.
Bill Grundy: It's what?
John Lydon: Nothing, a rude word. Next question.
Bill Grundy: No, no, what was the rude word?
John Lydon: Shit.
Bill Grundy: Was it really? Good heavens, you frighten me to death.
John Lydon: Oh, alright, Siegfried...
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