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(214) 7.7 103 min 2017

The Public Image is Rotten is a movie starring John Lydon, Michael Alago, and Martin Atkins. The story of PiL, the groundbreaking band form by John Lydon after the collapse of The Sex Pistols in 1978.

Starring
Michael Alago, Martin Atkins, John Lydon, Ginger Baker
Genres
Documentary
Director
Tabbert Fiiller

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Product details

Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Tabbert Fiiller
Stars Michael Alago, Martin Atkins, John Lydon, Ginger Baker
Country USA
Runtime 1H 43M
Description The story of PiL, the groundbreaking band form by John Lydon after the collapse of The Sex Pistols in 1978.

Top reviews

Sunday, 09 Aug 2020 16:24

I had heard about this film before, but had not yet seen it. So I thought I'd watch it, and it was worth the wait. It's a well-researched and very well-done film. The subject matter is very relevant, and the style and the way it's presented makes it feel very much like a documentary, with interviews, footage, and whatnot. This is not a film you'd want to watch once, but if you want to learn more about how certain individuals and institutions are perceived by the public, it's well worth watching. If you're not particularly interested in the "in-your-face" style of filmmaking, it's well worth it, as the style is very interesting and interesting to watch. I especially liked the way they talked about how the films they're showing are perceived by the public, which was also interesting. The film covers a lot of the issues and motivations behind why certain institutions and individuals are considered "bad" by the public, and how certain films can or are perceived as "bad" by the public. I liked the fact that it covered the issues that I have, and I can't wait to see more documentaries like this, and I think that this is definitely worth the time. I think it's well-made, well-produced, and it's well-written. It was very interesting to see how they did their research and how they approached the subjects, and I'm glad they used their own film crew to do the interviews, as that really helped me understand their research. Overall, I really enjoyed this film, and I think it's very well-researched and very well-done.


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