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2017 Movie #45: Sid and Nancy (1986)

Sid and Nancy is an aggressively punk rock film, a film that has no interest in appealing to normal cinematic sensibilities, an in-your-face film about the brief relationship shared in the all-too-short lives of Sid Vicious and Nancy Spungen. 228 more words

Movies

The Belly of an Architect (1987)

2.5/4

Peter Greenaway’s love of symmetry, visual games, and ironic distance is on full display in The Belly of an Architect. In his best work, such as… 173 more words

Film Reviews

Sid and Nancy - "Loud, in-yer-face and aggressive..."

This year has seen a revival of the punk era. Exhibitions at the British Library, ICA and The Photographer’s Gallery in London have charted the period while the Resolution Festival in January at The 100 Club had contemporary punk artists take to the stage. 545 more words

Film Review

Sid & Nancy (1986) | Alex Cox’s harrowing punk tragedy turns 30!

Sid & Nancy is one of the most important films ever made about the UK punk era, featuring career-defining performances from Gary Oldman and Chloe Webb, and made director Alex Cox the one to watch following his 1984 cult… 222 more words

British Film

Review: Sid And Nancy

Directed by Alex Cox

Certificate 18

Starring Gary Oldman, Chloe Webb, Andrew Schofield, David Hayman

Released on 5th August 2016

 

A white faced young man with bird’s nest hair sits in a dingy hotel room.  536 more words

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Sid & Nancy - 30th Anniversary Review

Musical pairings, drug fuelled antics, and destructive love wind around each other in a tornado of chaos. Two heroin struck lovers pulled together through the aching addiction to lust and madness.  549 more words

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Review: 'Sid and Nancy'-30 Year Anniversary Release

Hard to believe, but director Alex Cox’s Sid and Nancy is thirty years young. His screenplay, co-written with Abbe Wool, divided people upon its initial release, with John Lydon (who else) dismissing it as ‘fantasy stuff… really depressing’, and the music press less than kind. 352 more words

Lorna Irvine