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Control (Joy Division / Ian Curtis) DVD £2.99 delivered @ Choices
Control (Joy Division / Ian Curtis) DVD £2.99 delivered @ Choices

Control (Joy Division / Ian Curtis) DVD £2.99 delivered @ Choices

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Detailing the turbulent life of the founder and former frontman of Joy Division, Ian Curtis, photographer Anton Corbin's debut feature Control is a tour-de-force of the rise and fall of one of the most iconic and influential bands in British musical history. Control picked up two awards at the 2007 Edinburgh Film Festival for Best New British Feature and Best Inaugural Performance for Sam Riley's portrayal of Curtis.

# Directors Commentary.
# Extended Performance Scenes Of Transmission, Leaders Of Men and Candidate
# Making Of Control
# Joy Division's Atmosphere '88 Video (Directed By Anton Corbijn)
# Photo Gallery
# Trailer.

9 Comments

Excellent gritty portrayal of this amazing band. Bargain and voted hot.

This was on telly last year, I didn't think it was going to be my sort of film, but I did enjoy it, the bonus was having Samantha Morton in it.

Ah, Joy Division, the first decent band of the 1970s, music starts here lol.

Well worth it and one of the bonus features is the video of Atmosphere, one of the best tracks ever.

Excellent. Ordered. Thanks.

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This must be a different band to the one your deal is for shirley?



Troll alert..... of course groups like U2, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, The Cure etc may be wrong when they say how much Joy Division and then New Order influenced them.....

Even easier...go away, write something to compare with Atmosphere or Love will Tear us Apart....then come back.....cretin. Meanwhile, go listen to your Bieber album.........

guv

This must be a different band to the one your deal is for shirley?



Plonker. Nuff' said
Edited by: "Gr1zz1y89" 21st Feb 2011

guv

This must be a different band to the one your deal is for shirley?



Nobjockey

Edited by: "Flippetyflop" 21st Feb 2011

Yeh good film. Absolutely, 'Atmosphere' monster track. Also 'Transmission' is one of my faves. '24 Hour Party People' is also a good movie with more of a tongue in cheek look at those 'Factory days'.
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