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Ian Curtis ist 19 Jahre alt, als er Debbie kennenlernt. Wenig später sind sie verheiratet und bekommen eine Tochter. Curtis stößt als Sänger zu der Band Joy Division, die er mit seiner ominösen Stimme und seinem düsteren Charisma schnell zum. Control ist ein biografischer Film über Ian Curtis (–), den Sänger der englischen Post-Punk-Band Joy Division. Er basiert auf dem Buch Touching from. Ian Curtis (SAM RILEY) ist 19 Jahre alt, als er Debbie (SAMANTHA MORTON) kennen lernt. Wenig später sind sie verheiratet und bekommen eine Tochter. Ian Curtis ist 19 Jahre alt, als er Debbie kennen lernt. Wenig später sind sie verheiratet und bekommen eine Tochter. Curtis stößt als Sänger zu der Band "Joy. Love will tear us apart dies ist nicht der einzige Widerspruch im Leben von Ian Curtis, Sänger der Band Joy Division. In diesem kunstvoll komponierten und.
Ian Curtis, Sänger der legendären Joy Division, zuckt nach wie vor durch unser popkulturelles Bewusstsein. Star-Fotograf Anton Corbijn. Ian Curtis ist 19 Jahre alt, als er Debbie kennen lernt. Wenig später sind sie verheiratet und bekommen eine Tochter. Curtis stößt als Sänger zu der Band "Joy. Control ist ein biografischer Film über Ian Curtis (–), den Sänger der englischen Post-Punk-Band Joy Division. Er basiert auf dem.
All my lyrics are open to interpretation by the individual and imply many different meanings, therefore their relevance is purely subjective.
Well, subconsciously I suppose some things must stick but I'm not influenced consciously by them. You cry out in your sleep - all my failings expose.
There's a taste in my mouth, as desperation takes hold Just that something so good just can't function no more. When love, love will tear us apart again.
We play the music we want to play and we play the places we want to play. I'd hate to be on the usual record company where you get an album out and you do a tour, and you do all the Odeon's and all the this that and the others.
I couldn't just do that at all. Love, love will tear us apart, again. I know someone who works in a record shop where I live and I'll go in there and he'll play me "Have you heard this single?
Singles by, er the group called The Tights, so an obscure thing That's one single. There's no one I completely like that I can say "Well I've got all this person's records.
I think he's great" or "This group's records" it's just, again, odd things. I tend not to listen. When I'm listening to records, I don't listen to much new wave stuff, I tend to listen to the stuff I used to listen to a few years back but sort of odd singles.
I just want to carry on the way we [ Joy Division] are, I think. Basically, we want to play and enjoy what we like playing.
I think when we stop doing that I think, well, that will be the time to pack it in. That'll be the end. We said we'd never tour They [ Factory Records] are always looking for the next group, the next big thing, to bring the record sales in and for them to promote and everything, but Factory just sign who they want to, put records by who they want to out, package it how they want to, how they like doing it.
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Years , Listening , Records. Thinking , Play , Joy. Thinking , Two , Week. The screenplay by Matt Greenhalgh was based on the biography Touching from a Distance by Curtis's widow Deborah, who served as a co-producer on the film.
Tony Wilson , who released Joy Division's records through his Factory Records label, also served as a co-producer.
Control was filmed partly on location in Nottingham , Manchester , and Macclesfield , including areas where Curtis lived, and was shot in colour and then printed to black-and-white.
Its title comes from the Joy Division song " She's Lost Control ", and that much of the plot deals with the notion that Curtis tried to remain in control of his own life, and yet had no control over his epilepsy and pharmaceutical side effects.
Ian Curtis and Debbie Woodruff marry in in their home town of Macclesfield at ages 19 and 18, respectively.
Ian retreats from domestic life, preferring to write poetry in solitude. Mesmerized by the concert, Ian volunteers to be their singer.
They name themselves Warsaw, and Terry moves into a managerial role with the addition of drummer Stephen Morris. The band debuts 19 May and soon rename themselves Joy Division.
During his job as an employment agent , Ian witnesses his client Corinne Lewis suffering a seizure. Unsatisfied with the brief mention Joy Division receives from television host Tony Wilson , Ian demands that he put the band on his programme.
They perform " Transmission " on Tony's programme and sign to his Factory Records label; Tony signs the contract using his own blood.
In December Ian suffers a seizure on the way back from the band's first London gig; He is diagnosed with epilepsy and prescribed medications that leave him drowsy and moody.
He begins to neglect Debbie, who gives birth to their daughter Natalie in April Ian quits his job to go on tour, leaving Debbie to work and care for the baby.
The two begin having an affair during Joy Division's January European tour. On returning home, Ian tells Debbie he is unsure if he still loves her.
Debbie finds evidence of Ian's infidelity and confronts him. He promises that the affair is over, but continues to see Annik during the recording of Closer in Islington.
Ian suffers a seizure mid-performance and is comforted by Annik, who admits she is falling in love with him.
He attempts suicide by overdosing on phenobarbital but doctors save his life. He continues to perform, but is exhausted by the strain and overwhelmed by the audience's expectations.
At a performance at the Derby Hall the stress proves too much and he is unable to go onstage. The audience riots when Alan Hempstall of Crispy Ambulance steps in to cover for Ian, and the gig is ruined.
Ian tells Tony that he believes everyone hates him and that it is his own fault. When Debbie learns that Ian is still seeing Annik, she demands a divorce.
Bernard attempts to use hypnotherapy on Ian, who then goes to stay with his parents. He writes to Annik admitting his fear that his epilepsy will eventually kill him, and confesses that he loves her.
On 17 May , two nights before Joy Division is due to depart for America, Ian returns home and begs Debbie not to divorce him.
When she refuses, he angrily orders her out of the house. After drinking alone and writing Debbie a letter, he has another seizure.
Regaining consciousness the following morning, he hangs himself from the Sheila Maid in the kitchen. Debbie discovers his body and staggers into the street, crying for help.
The news of Ian's death leaves the remaining Joy Division members stunned, while Tony consoles Annik. Ian's body is cremated. Corbijn had been a devout Joy Division fan since the band's early days in the late s.
After moving to England, he befriended the band and shot several pictures for NME , which boosted his career as a photographer. Some of his pictures taken are featured in the film.
He also directed the music video for the rerelease of "Atmosphere". He said that the film overlapped with his own life in some ways.
I worked with them, took pictures of them that became synonymous with their music, and I was forever linked. Then eight years after [Ian Curtis'] death, I did the video for "Atmosphere.
Deborah Curtis , Ian Curtis' widow, is a co-producer, along with music mogul Tony Wilson , who died months before the film's release.
After the script for the film was finished in May , the film was shot at the former Carlton studios in Nottingham , and on location in Nottingham , Manchester and Macclesfield , England , as well as other European venues.
Filming began on 3 July and lasted for seven weeks. Filming in and around Barton Street where Curtis lived and died , Macclesfield took place on 11 and 12 July Ian Curtis' daughter, Natalie, was in the crowd as an extra for the Derby Hall gig.
The final scene of the film is shot in the exact position where Ian Curtis's memorial stone is located in Macclesfield with the camera panning out to reveal the crematorium which can be seen directly from his memorial.
The Weinstein Company secured the rights to release the film in North America after its success at Cannes. Peter Bradshaw , the chief film reviewer for The Guardian , described Control as "the best film of the year: a tender, bleakly funny and superbly acted biopic of Curtis".
The website's consensus reads, " Control is a work of art, thanks to its evocative black and white cinematography and sensational performances from Sam Riley and Samantha Morton.
Even those not familiar with Joy Division can still appreciate the beauty of the film. However, some reviewers have disagreed and commented on the film negatively.
Ray Bennett from Reuters remarked Control to be a "disappointment" and said the film "features lots of music from that time and has decent performances, but it fails to make the case for its fallen star".
Peter Hook and Stephen Morris , two of the founding members of Joy Division, generally praised the film. However, Morris has disputed its accuracy, saying "None of it's true really" but acknowledged the need to bend facts because "the truth is too boring.
It would've been nice to have a dignified silence. Hook also remarked that " Control is a hell of a lot more accurate than 24 Hour Party People.
You can tell that Anton knew us, and he knew us well and he took the original script, which was very English and quite subtly he made it deeper and have a broader appeal so that it would not just make sense to an English audience but to an international audience.
After viewing the film at Cannes, Hook said he "knew it was a great film and that it would be very well received because, even though it's two hours long, only two people went to the toilet the whole time.
In fact, one of them was Bernard [Sumner]. The other one was a year-old woman. The Killers cover the Joy Division song " Shadowplay " on the soundtrack.
The actors contribute a cover of an original Joy Division song " Transmission " to the soundtrack. Incidental tracks by s artists including David Bowie , Kraftwerk and Buzzcocks are the original recordings.
New Order provided the original incidental music for the soundtrack.Here Dieser Blick strahlt aus jedem heute fuГџballГјbertragung schönen Bilder, und er hält den Film in der Balance. Bright Eyes — Mariana Trench The Wombats bringen es auf den Punkt, wenn sie singen "Let's dance to Joy Conan exiles kohle and celebrate the irony"! Log into your account. Mixahulababy — die Playlist.
Bernard Sumner , reflecting in November on many of the lyrics Curtis had written for Joy Division's second and final album, Closer . On the evening of 17 May , Curtis asked Deborah to drop her impending divorce proceedings; she replied that it was likely that he would have changed his mind by the following morning, and then—mindful of his previous suicide attempt and also concerned that his state of anxiety and frustration might drive Curtis into an epileptic fit—offered to spend the night in his company.
When she returned to the couple's home at 77 Barton Street in Macclesfield, Cheshire , his demeanour had changed, and he informed his wife of his intentions to spend the night alone, first making her promise not to return to the house before he had taken his scheduled 10 a.
In the early hours of the next morning, Curtis committed suicide at the age of In her biography, Touching from a Distance ,  Deborah recalls finding her husband's body and initially thinking that he was still alive before noticing the washing line around his neck.
At the time of Curtis's suicide, Joy Division were on the eve of their debut North American tour, and Deborah has stated that Curtis had viewed the upcoming tour with extreme trepidation, not only because of his extreme fear of flying he had wanted to travel by ship , but also because he had expressed deep concerns as to how American audiences would react to his epilepsy.
According to Lindsay Reade, Curtis had informed her shortly before his death of his belief that, with his epilepsy, he could no longer perform live with the band.
In addition, he had claimed that with the impending release of Closer , he believed the band had hit an artistic pinnacle.
In a interview with The Guardian , Stephen Morris expressed regret that nobody had realised during Curtis' life the distress he was in, even though it was evident in his lyrics.
Curtis' body was cremated at Macclesfield Crematorium on 23 May , and his ashes were buried at Macclesfield Cemetery. Initially calling themselves "The No Names" and playing largely instrumental tracks, they soon became "New Order".
Numerous New Order songs reference or pay tribute to Curtis. The instrumental track " Elegia ", released in , was also written in his memory  , while song " Here to Stay " was dedicated to Curtis as well as Rob Gretton and Martin Hannett.
In , Psychic TV released "I. Water", which was dedicated to Curtis. In , the post-hardcore band Thursday released a song titled "Ian Curtis" on their debut album, Waiting , while in , Xiu Xiu released the track "Ian Curtis Wishlist" on their second album, A Promise.
Deborah Curtis has written a biographical account of their marriage, Touching from a Distance , which was first published in The book documents all of his writings and reviews about Joy Division, from their formation until Tony Wilson's death.
The message, which appeared shortly after the singer's death in , is repainted whenever it is painted over. A new and improved design, with correct dates and the original "Walk in Silence", was painted on the wall on 27 February In , Curtis was among the British cultural icons selected by artist Peter Blake to appear in a new version of the Beatles' Sgt.
Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album cover. Curtis was portrayed by Sean Harris in the film 24 Hour Party People , which dramatised the rise and fall of Factory Records from the s to the s.
In , a British biographical film entitled Control about Curtis was released. This film was largely based upon Deborah Curtis' book Touching from a Distance.
Sam Riley , the lead singer of the band 10, Things , portrays Curtis, while Samantha Morton plays his wife, Deborah.
In , the house in which Curtis committed suicide went on sale. Upon hearing this news, a fan initiated a campaign via Indiegogo to raise funds to purchase the house with intentions to preserve the property as a museum to Curtis and Joy Division.
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Post-punk . Vocals guitar melodica synthesizer. Main article: Joy Division. He felt very removed from it.
With the epilepsy, he just knew he couldn't carry on with the performances. He'd sort of hit a pinnacle with Closer , and he knew he couldn't go on.
Main article: New Order band. Biography portal Cheshire portal Greater Manchester portal. He and close friends also regularly stole bottles of spirits from local off licences.
His wife later recollected that, following his official diagnosis, he confided in her that, as early as , he had experienced floating sensations as if he had taken drugs when he had not.
On other occasions in the early- and mids, he would have to be supported from venues and premises if disturbed by artificial lights.
After he had consumed these tablets, and having written an initial suicide note , which Rob Gretton later disallowed Deborah Curtis to actually view ,  he informed his wife what he had done, and she in turn phoned an ambulance.
Curtis later stated that he had phoned his wife because he feared he had not consumed enough tablets for the attempt to be successful, and that he would be left with brain damage.
Before this instance, he did once slash his wrists while drunk, although his bandmates remain unconvinced this attempt was serious.
He also claimed that he could not be so cruel to Annik as to inform her he did not wish to see her again even if his marriage depended upon it.
By the time Curtis had finished writing this suicide note, he stated it was dawn and he could "hear the birds singing". It was important for him to keep up the charade in front of the band in case they tried to dissuade him.
The only reason he was no longer worried about the American trip was because he knew he wasn't going.
In response, he replied: "An ordinary bloke just like you or me, liked a bit of a laugh, a bit of a joke. Retrieved 20 July The New York Times.
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Ian Curtis is a quiet and rather sad lad who works for an employment agency and sings in a band called Warsaw. He meets a girl named Debbie whom he promptly marries and his band, of which the name in the meantime has been changed to Joy Division, gets more and more successful.
Even though Debbie and he become parents, their relationship is going downhill rapidly and Ian starts an affair with Belgium Annik whom he met after one of the gigs and he's almost never at home.
Ian also suffers from epilepsy and has no-good medication for it. He doesn't know how to handle the feelings he has for Debbie and Annik and the pressure the popularity of Joy Division and the energy performing costs him.
I won't be long. I am a huge fan of the band, and I stayed a little disappointed figuring out that the movie is mostly about Ian's sentimental life.
Romanticizing Curtis probably made a horde of new fans, but I think there must have been more depth in that person than the film showed. Not to mention other characters that are so poorly given trough the movie it seemed a bit strange I did like some scenes, I still recommend the film, especially if it will make one a fan of Joy Division!
And please, do watch 24 hour party people I was amazed by the character of T. Wilson who seemed like quite a prick in this film.
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