The Filth and the Fury (no Brasil: O Lixo e a Fúria) é um documentário de feito pelo diretor britânico Julien Temple. Ele conta no documentário a história da banda de punk Sex Pistols. In lustrous monochrome images, photographers Kevin Cummins and Ian Dickson captured punk in all its nihilistic glory. Their images of Sid. "Ever get the feeling you've been cheated?" sneers Johnny Rotten at the Sex Pistols' farewell performance. After seeing this picture you'll understand his disgust.
The Filth and the Fury (no Brasil: O Lixo e a Fúria) é um documentário de feito pelo diretor britânico Julien Temple. Ele conta no documentário a história da banda de punk Sex Pistols. Assembled from unseen archive footage, rare offcuts and masses of hilarious junk-culture detail from the pre-punk '70s, this inspired collage is as much passionate social history as rockumentary. Intercutting a touching, never-before-seen Sid. optoma-hd33.info: The Filth and the Fury: Paul Cook, Steve Jones, John Lydon, Glen Filth & Fury: Sex Pistols [DVD]  [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]DVD.
optoma-hd33.info: The Filth and the Fury: Paul Cook, Steve Jones, John Lydon, Glen Filth & Fury: Sex Pistols [DVD]  [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]DVD. With their 'The Filth & The Fury' headline, the 'Daily Mirror' lit the touchpaper for a hate campaign against Sex Pistols in – as this gallery shows. "Ever get the feeling you've been cheated?" sneers Johnny Rotten at the Sex Pistols' farewell performance. After seeing this picture you'll understand his disgust.
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Customer reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. It's an interview of nobodies babbling on about the American punk scene. So I couldn't wait to get my fat butt out of the corner of the room I was cleaning to actually shut this stupid documentary off. What a waste of time! One person found this helpful.
I had the privilege of seeing this on the big screen when it came out when I was living in Chicago and had friends that ran a theatre and the boss was never around. It is an excellently produced documentary. It does a sublime job of illustrating each person's perspective and the stock footage they have is unbelievable. I loved the decision to do the talking head interviews in the shadows.
It was a very cool stylistic choice and it made it so it didn't allow the viewer to see them any different then they were before. I love hearing Lydon's reactions to McClaron and how much he grew to despise him.
Altogether, I honestly don't think this film could have been better than it is, which is why I'm giving it five stars. Format: Prime Video Verified Purchase.
It's one of the most insightful looks you'll get into The Sex Pistols out there and features some great interviews and all the wonderful music the band is known for. As much as I enjoyed it, the only reason I give this 4 stars instead of 5 is because it doesn't offer any insight or input on the story other than the band's own. Other than that small complaint, it's still a great rockumentry and certainly worth watching! I must preface this review by saying I'm not a Sex Pistols "fan" and did not know much about them--I wanted to do a presentation on the strange death of Nancy Spungeon and so wanted to do some research.
This DVD blew me away! I admire these men for just being honest and telling it like it is. It made me wish I had the kahunas to do the same And, at times, were just nuts. Very entertaining, interesting.
I would recommend this to anyone who has or wishes they had a rebellious streak or who enjoys musical and social revoution. And, frankly, you can't BEAT this price. Whattya know- the Sex Pistols were human beings! Who knew?
This film should be required viewing for every current and former mohawk-sporting knucklehead poser in the world. Anyone with even a passing interest in this period of Western social history will find this well worth their time. I'm pretty new to the Sex Pistols world so I learned a lot about them and the general state of things in England at that time.
It explains a lot about why the Pistols started and why they wrote the lyrics they did. The only thing I would have liked more of is performance footage. Altogether a good film and I would recommend it to any Sex Pistols newbie. I somehow doubt it. This documentary isn't afraid to be honest, and the result is the utter humanization of a very misunderstood band.
Johnny Rotten even sheds tears over the tragic waste that was his friend, Sid Vicious, and he is touching with his sentiment and candor.
This movie is always fun, and it certainly provokes nostalgia for anyone who grew up as a punk while educating those who kept their distance. Punk may very well be quite dead, but the spirit is still alive in those who keep the faith.
Well no, I wasn't at the Club that night either; I was far too young but nomatter when you got into the Pistols, this offering will be of interest to you. Documenting the rise and fall of the band, we flit from London to San Francisco in what seemed like no time.
It would have been nice to have heard his reaction to the way Jones, Cook and expecially Lydon tell it but I suppose they would not have participated if McLaren was involved at all. You have to look past Temple's style of documentary: it appeared to be a 'yoof' orientated aural and visual assualt on the senses or maybe this is the 'punk' way of making documentaries.
The silhouettes of the Pistols was annoying, I can see no real reason for it. And unless I'm mistaken, a lot of the dialogue was out of sync with the pictures; was this deliberate? Again, I see no reason for it to be.
The above notwithstanding, I enjoyed this slice of punk. Poor Sid. There are customer reviews and customer ratings. See all customer reviews. Write a customer review. Customers who bought this item also bought. Live From The Artists Den. There's a problem loading this menu right now.
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