Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
Glen Matlock takes a look back at one of the most influential acts in punk rock history in a comprehensive critical review that offers rare footage of the band and illuminating insight from leading rock critics. From the stage to the stereo to the movie screen, no stone is left unturned in offering one of the most revealing looks at Sid Vicious and crew ever released. Punk Rock Movie director Don Letts offers his own personal opinion on how the music of the Sex Pistols almost single-handedly changed the face of modern music, and audiences can see for themselves just what all the fuss was about with rare clips from Letts' film as well as live clips that find the band performing "Anarchy in the U.K.," "No Future," "God Save the Queen," and more.
band [music group], controversy, history, punk-rock