Grant Gee - Joy Division mp3
Title: Joy Division
Date of release: 02 Feb 2008
Catalog number: A021
Size MP3: 1086 mb
Size FLAC: 2322 mb
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|825 683 1||Joy Division||Joy Division (Their Own Story In Their Own Words) (DVD-V, Copy Prot., PAL, Reg)||Universal||825 683 1||UK & Ireland||2007|
|4530 11101||Joy Division||Joy Division - A Documentary (DVD-V, PAL)||Atlantic Film||4530 11101||Sweden||2008|
|MCF 101NU||Joy Division||Joy Division (DVD-V)||MegaCom Film||MCF 101NU||Serbia||2009|
|825 683 1, DVD 825 683 1 • 11||Joy Division||Joy Division (Their Own Story In Their Own Words) (DVD-V, Copy Prot., PAL)||Universal, Universal||825 683 1, DVD 825 683 1 • 11||UK & Ireland||2007|
|08001989||Joy Division||Joy Division (DVD-V, PAL)||Midas Filmes||08001989||Portugal||2008|
Joy Division is a 2007 British documentary film on the British post-punk band Joy Division, directed by Grant Gee.
The film assembles TV clips, newsreel, pictures of modern Manchester and Manchester in the late 1970s, and interviews. The interviewees include the three surviving members of the group, Tony Wilson, Peter Saville, Pete Shelley (of Buzzcocks), Genesis Breyer P-Orridge (of Throbbing Gristle), Alan Hempsall (of Crispy Ambulance), Paul Morley, Terry Mason, Richard Boon, Anton Corbijn, and Belgian journalist Annik Honoré, with whom Ian Curtis was allegedly having an affair.
Film critic Philip French: "Someone says in the film that the revolutionary step they made was to progress from the usual punk group's angry statement: 'Fuck you.' Joy Division were the first to say: 'We're fucked.' There is a particularly impressive sequence in which dark, despairing tracks of urban alienation and angst from the 1979 album Unknown Pleasures are accompanied by a speeded-up nocturnal journey around Manchester. It has the hallucinatory sci-fi feeling of Jean-Luc Godard's Alphaville." The person being quoted was Tony Wilson.