Sex, Drugs, Clothes & Rock 'n' Roll. Along with a strong dash of political dissent, every ingredient was present in the Molotov cocktail that was Punk in '76. Following its UK cinema release, this brand new documentary starts the punk journey at 430 Kings Road, London, the sex shop of punk's 'enfant terrible' pair of Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood. Sex was the melting pot that spawned the punk movement and its cultural vanguard - The Sex Pistols. Featuring major contributions from Tony James, Gene October, Jon Savage, Glen Matlock, Jah Wobble, Caroline Coon, Steve Severin, Charlie Harper, plus archive performances from some of Punk's early London bands, this is one of the great stories of British music history in the 20th Century.