Rules are made to be broken and the Sex Pistols broke them all. During the past three decades the Sex Pistols have gone from a rebellious and highly controversial musical phenomenon to national treasures, igniting the Punk movement in Britain and influencing pop and rock music ever since. In this fascinating rockumentary the band tells their side of the story, with rare & exclusive interviews and live performances of top songs including: God Save the Queen, Pretty Vacant, No Fun and Anarchy in the UK. From humble beginnings to worldwide notoriety and the band s split, with rare insights into the suspicious death of Nancy Spungen and Sid Vicious subsequent arrest and overdose. Without the the Sex Pistols popular culture would be very different today. During their twenty-six month existence they released just one album and a handful of singles, which remain some of the most definitive releases in the history of modern music. This feature is packed with rare and live footage, including their first performance in Manchester, plus interviews with John Lydon, Malcolm McLaren, Paul Cook, Glen Matlock, and Steve Jones. Also features revealing interviews with Steve Dior (close friend of Sid and a member of The Idols) and Kris Needs (rock journalist and close friend of John Lydon). This is a fitting tribute to the achievement of Malcolm McLaren and The Sex Pistols.