Our Feature Film Production
The Berlin Job
The film is on release in the UK through Soda Pictures. The film, which has sold in world territories, follows rock author and punk expert Alan G Parker as he reinvestigates what happened the night of 12th October 1978 in room 100 of the Chelsea Hotel - the night that Nancy Spungen, girlfriend of Sex Pistol's bassist Sid Vicious, was found stabbed to death.
"For my money one of the best rock n' roll documentaries that's ever been made!" Andrew Loog Oldman (Original Manager of the Rolling Stones)
"The torrent of lurid anecdotes keeps things moving along nicely" David Jenkins (Time Out)
"A totally absorbing look at what really happened to Sid and Nancy and the pathetic police inquiry that followed". 5* Britflicks
"Only one man was or is capable of making enough sense out of this to call it a movie, I'm proud to say that he was the one enlisted with the job, Alan G Parker, the closest thing Sid ever got to a real biographer, and the Northern kid who understood us Southern kids, possibly better than we ever did!" Malcolm McLaren (Original Manager of the Sex Pistols)