UK punk band on Disney+: Sex Pistols miniseries shows anger of a generation

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In the second half of the 1970s, the English punk band “Sex Pistols” appeared on the scene. The rest is music history. Now “Trainspotting” director Danny Boyle is dedicating a miniseries to the boys that is worth checking out.

“Our thing is not music, our thing is chaos!” says Steve Jones (played by Toby Wallace) in the third episode of the “Pistol” miniseries. In six episodes, the origins and most dazzling times of the English punk band “Sex Pistols” are told here.

While director Danny Boyle and screenwriter Craig Pearce show plenty of creative freedom, the spirit of the era, venting the wrath of a generation, is palpable in every scene and dialogue. “Pistol” – streaming on Disney+ – is unsanitary, fun and “edgy”. And it should be, after all, the series is based on the book “Lonely Boy: Tales from a Sex Pistol” by Steve Jones himself.

A detailed review of “Pistol” by Ronny Rüsch and Axel Max – now in a new episode of the ntv podcast “Oscars & Raspberry”. Also included: the action movie “Gunpowder Milkshake”, the Marvel Halloween special “Werewolf by Night” and the movie drama “Blond” about Marilyn Monroe.

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