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The Public Image is Rotten

The Public Image is Rotten is a movie starring John Lydon, Michael Alago, and Martin Atkins. British rock icon John Lydon and fellow bandmates recall the years they spent performing as Public Image Ltd.

Running Time
1 hours 43 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Tabbert Fiiller
Actors
John Lydon, Michael Alago, Martin Atkins, Ginger Baker
Country
USA
Year
2017
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

British rock icon John Lydon and fellow bandmates recall the years they spent performing as Public Image Ltd.

Comments about documentary «The Public Image is Rotten» (20)

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Jonathan Diaz

This is the most important documentary I've ever seen. The acting is good and the music is very good. The one thing I don't understand is the title. It doesn't fit the documentary. It's like a comedy. But it's a very important documentary. I am very excited for the second part.

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Nancy Gardner

I loved this documentary. It's not about the singer, but rather the public image that the public has of her. I think the public image of Whitney Houston is so much more complex than the public image of Whitney Houston. It's a different thing, but a very interesting one. It's a very intriguing story about how the public image of a singer affects her life. It's an interesting story, and the documentary is extremely informative. It's a very interesting documentary, and it's well done.

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Gloria

I was drawn into this film because I work for the organization that conducted the interviews, and it was very touching to hear from these young people who were portrayed as the victims of a system that fails them. These interviews are so powerful because they show that the system doesn't really care about them. They are treated like property, and that is exactly what they feel. I felt as if I was there, listening to the interviews. The interviews were recorded and shown on the History Channel. The interviews are not only the best documentary I've seen in my life, but they are the best interviews I've ever seen.

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Alan

I've seen this documentary several times and each time I'm more and more impressed with its quality and the depth of the subjects' stories. The subjects are not celebrities, but ordinary people from all walks of life. It's a look at how the public image of a celebrity can be so distorted by a bad press. I'm not an expert in these areas, but I can say from personal experience that I've seen some of these things in my life, including the gossip, the unprofessionalism, the attention seeking and the public humiliation of celebrities. What is especially disturbing to me is that I'm sure that many people who have seen this documentary have never known a celebrity to behave this way. The documentary is well done and makes a compelling case. I highly recommend it to all of my friends.

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Joan Kennedy

This is an important documentary that will stay with me for a long time. I am glad that the movie will be made available for free and that it will not be a subject of "censorship". I want to thank the director, the producers, the film crew and the entire team of the producers. It is a rare opportunity to see an independent documentary. I can not express enough how much I appreciate the opportunity to be in the film. Thank you.

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Sarah S.

I've seen this movie a few times and every time I watch it, I see something new and different. It's like watching the real thing. The director is a brilliant filmmaker and this documentary is just as good as his previous work. The fact that he's a comedian also adds to his authenticity. And he can't help but get you laughing, even with the most serious subject matter. I don't want to give too much away, but it's a great movie that's worth watching.

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Robert B.

As an avid fan of the horror genre, I can say without a doubt that this documentary is one of the best I have ever seen. It is so interesting to watch the process of the making of the film, and how it was shot and edited. The interviews are so fascinating, the cinematography is absolutely stunning, and the editing is so powerful. It is a must-see for anyone who enjoys the horror genre.

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Katherine

What a great documentary! It's a film that's meant to be seen, and it's not just a collection of pictures that you can just skip through. The people interviewed here have incredible stories to tell about what it's like to live in a society that is full of lies. And, of course, there is a documentary crew that really wanted to get some interviews with people, and they did. But the people interviewed here are amazing, and their stories are powerful. In a society where many people are not free to speak their minds, and have their own private lives to hide, these people have the courage to tell their stories. And, they have a great sense of humor about it, which makes the documentary even more powerful. This film is a must see for everyone.

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Willie R.

I was always intrigued by the article about the "Transitant" movement of the 1980's. I had the pleasure of attending an event in London in 1985 where the "Transitant" movement was discussed and I was surprised to find out that the people who created the movement did not want to see themselves as "Transitants." I felt that the entire interview was just not worth it. I was also disappointed that the film did not have the proper time or space to really tell the story of the movement. This film, however, does a wonderful job of telling the story of this movement in a way that is both informative and entertaining. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the history of the movement.

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Ashley S.

I am not a movie critic, nor do I think that I can make a movie out of a documentary. I was pleasantly surprised by the amount of truth and honesty that was presented in this documentary. I think the only reason this documentary was made is because of the negative publicity it has received. I have never felt so emotionally connected to a documentary before. I have felt completely connected to the people involved in the making of the movie. The movie is not perfect, but I felt like it was the best movie I have ever seen in my life. It is very difficult to make a movie out of a documentary, because the story is very difficult to tell. However, this movie was so well done, and it was a great way to understand what it was like to be a young girl who was forced to live in the public eye. I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to learn more about the public image of the entertainment industry.

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Nicole Stone

A very disturbing and disturbing documentary that shows how much the US government has corrupted and manipulated the media. It also shows how the media is controlled by the government and how the media are being controlled by the government. The film is a must see for anyone who believes in freedom of speech and freedom of the press. There are many other documentaries on the same subject but this is the one that will make you see the world in a different way.

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Barbara S.

This is a great film about what the public thinks about the artists in our country. It is a must see. I loved this movie. It's very accurate and even gives you some of the background information you would not have known otherwise. I am a huge fan of Robin Williams and this movie is a great example of why he is the greatest actor of all time. This movie is definitely worth seeing and I would recommend it to anyone.

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Paul L.

I can't believe that people are making such a big deal about this film. It was pretty good and you'll enjoy it.

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Amanda E.

This documentary is an excellent examination of the public image of a major motion picture in the late 1970's. In this film, many of the most important events in Hollywood history are analyzed. I really enjoyed the interviews and the narration. I found it fascinating to learn about the movie's director, who played a crucial role in the production of the movie. As for the movie itself, I enjoyed it very much, and found it to be very entertaining. It was very well made, and the story of the movie was very entertaining. I also liked the soundtrack, which was interesting and inspiring. Overall, I really enjoyed this film, and would recommend it to everyone.

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David Armstrong

This movie is about a family that has to make a decision about their child's future. It's a difficult decision to make, especially with the pressure of the media, but the family is able to make it. The family is shown the mistakes of the past and how they are now trying to change things. This is a movie that shows the family at its best and their current situation. This is a documentary that is truly inspirational. It is one of the best documentaries that I have ever seen.

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Eric G.

I have always loved this documentary and have always been fascinated with the topic of violence and the lives of these guys. I was very impressed with the amount of time the men have spent on this project and I am very glad that they are finally able to share their stories and share the knowledge of the men who are the backbone of their community. The interviews are interesting and the footage is amazing. I think this is a must see for everyone. I am going to make this a monthly feature and will continue to watch the documentaries. I hope you enjoy the videos as much as I do.

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Deborah

I was quite surprised at how much I enjoyed this film. The audience I attended with was a mix of both younger and older adults. There was a lot of laughter and a lot of discussion of the film. It was very educational. I didn't think it was pretentious and instead very realistic. It was really informative. It made you think about what you would do if you had been in those situations. I'm so glad this movie was made. It has to be seen. The first time I saw it I was in my 20s and I wasn't sure what to think. I don't think I'll be seeing it again. I highly recommend this movie.

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Stephen Smith

This is an excellent documentary that shows us that the media is not what it seems, and that there is an alternative to the mainstream media. It is interesting to see how people who are on the fence about alternative media, may turn out to be more open minded and critical than they were before watching this film. I was very impressed with the film and hope that others will see it as well.

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Anthony

This documentary explores the issue of homosexuality and what it has done to the lives of the people who experience it. The main character, Paul, is an Italian homosexual who was raised in an Italian Catholic family. As a child, he was deeply affected by the sexual experiences of his father. He also has a mother who is a prostitute. Paul is unable to explain to his mother that his father is gay, and this has affected his relationships with his mother and his father. Paul's mother is now a full-time prostitute, and she has had her life destroyed by her son's sexual experiences. Paul is now a "gay child", and he is afraid of the consequences of his actions. He is desperate to get out of this position, and he begins to develop a relationship with another man. He is able to get a job as a waiter, and he is able to get a job with a man who he is attracted to. He also meets with a man who is in love with his mother, and they begin to develop a relationship. They begin to look at the world through a different lens. This documentary follows Paul as he is able to make a positive impact on the lives of people who experience this. This documentary is very inspiring, and the viewer can easily relate to the lives of the people who are affected by this problem. The viewer is able to learn from the people who are affected by this problem, and it is a great documentary for anyone who wants to learn more about the topic.

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Russell Green

This is a documentary that really shows how the media is controlled by corporate interests and how we are being manipulated into thinking that what we see on the screen is what the media has to say. There are some excellent interviews with journalists, actors, and artists who are speaking out against the bias of the media. The media is biased and they have the ability to manipulate the public, which is why we have the media. This is a must watch documentary that should be viewed by everyone. The people who are responsible for this kind of propaganda and the media, should be held accountable for this corruption.