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“Bill Grundy: Keep going, chief, keep going. You’ve got another 5 seconds. Say something outrageous”…Any paper from this cult punk rock film is extremely sought after and this example is easily the rarest…An iconic punk image; Johnny Rotten and Sid Vicious performing against the distressed backdrop of the Union Jack flag in Julien Temple’s “No Future: A Sex Pistols Film”. The Japanese title for his Sex Pistols biopic “The Filth and Fury”. This original large format Japan B1 from first year of release 2000 is an extremely rare film poster. (I have not seen another one advertised for a good few years) This rolled example is the “on stage” version and is printed (unlike other Japan posters) on a heavy stock paper. It is immaculate and displays superbly …An fantastic piece of music/film/cultural memorabilia presented in investment grade condition !…Using one of punk’s most memorable images around the border; Jamie Reid’s depiction of the Queen with a safety pin through Her mouth is a great finishing touch.…more detail
“Bill Grundy: Keep going, chief, keep going. You’ve got another 5 seconds. Say something outrageous”…Any paper from this cult punk rock film is extremely sought after and this rare example is a country of origin (UK) quad film poster for Julien Temple’s “The Filth and the Fury: A Sex Pistols Film” from first year of release 2000. Designed by Paul Burgess and incorporating the original Sex Pistols logo created by Helen Wellington-Lloyd it really does make for a striking piece. Originally rolled (as issued) it looks stunning and displays and presents excellently…An fantastic piece of music/film/cultural memorabilia presented in investment grade condition !…”If you talk like an arsehole, and look like and arsehole, then you’re an arsehole”…more detail
“Sidney’s more than a mere bass player. He’s a fabulous disaster. He’s a symbol, a metaphor, he embodies the dementia of a nihilistic generation. He’s a fuckin’ star.”
One of the rarer posters from Ale Cox’s movie that was meant to define punk’s ‘Posh & Becks’. This is the 2016, 30th Anniversary re-release for the punk-rocku-drama “Sid & Nancy”. Considering it was such a bleak and colourless film the use of bright yellow and red as a main part of the design is unusual to say the least. Still it works & this originally rolled (as issued) version displays and presents to excellent effect and looks superb. If you were a fan, a punk or identify with the film then this is a great snapshot of the time, the pop culture and the genre.
Trivia: Gary Oldman lived on a diet of steamed fish and melon to lose enough weight to play the emaciated, heroin-addicted Sid, and was hospitalized when he went too far and became malnourished.…more detail