The Filth And The Fury
Cert: 15 Year: 2000 Length: 107 mins
Temple returns to the story of the Sex Pistols twenty years after his film The Great Rock and Roll Swindle - now admitted by Temple to be largely manager McLaren's version of events. Mixing Templ's own footage with contemporary TV material, The Filth and the Fury (a reference to a tabloid headline of the time) is a response to the earlier film, allowing the surviving members of the band to tell their story of the most chaotic two years in rock 'n' roll history.
Frank, funny, compassionate and damning
Tom Charity, Time Out
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