(Bio, Drama) CONTROL [DVDrip] 2007
RIP+UP | XviD-1279 | mp3@192 | 688x384 | 2 Audio Tracks English_1 French_2 (French idx+sub in file) | DVD Cover & Stickers | 1h57 | 1.4 Gb
UK, Australia 2007
Director Anton CORBIJNCast/Avec
Sam Riley (Ian Curtis), Samantha Morton (Deborah 'Debbie' Curtis), Alexandra Maria Lara (Annik Honoré), Joe Anderson (Peter 'Hooky' Hook), James Anthony Pearson (Bernard Sumner), Toby Kebbell (Rob Gretton), Craig Parkinson (Tony Wilson), Harry Treadaway (Stephen Morris), Andrew Sheridan (Terry) In 1973, Ian Curtis, at age seventeen, is living with his parents, Kevin and Doreen, and his sister, Carole. In a chemistry class, he daydreams, possibly displaying a symptom of petit mal, a minor form of the epilepsy which was to develop later in his life. It is during this period of his life that he first meets Debbie Woodruff, who is dating his best friend Nick. After bonding over a love of music and Ian's penchant for poetry, they attend a David Bowie concert together, realizing their mutual attraction. Ian proposes and Debbie accepts, and though extremely young, they marry and move in together. His interest in married life fading soon after, however, Ian retreats to the solitude of his room, where he writes poetry, as Debbie decorates the house. In 1976, after attending a Sex Pistols gig, Ian and Debbie meet Bernard Sumner, Peter Hook, and Terry Mason, the members of a band who disliked their lead singer. Ian approaches the trio at the end of the gig, suggesting that he become their vocalist instead, which leads to the formation of Warsaw. With Stephen Morris recruited as the drummer, and Mason taking over managerial duties, the band anxiously play their first gig.
La vie de Ian Curtis, leader du groupe mythique de rock anglais Joy Division. Tiraillé entre sa vie de famille, sa gloire naissante et son amour pour une autre femme, Ian Curtis s'est suicidé le 18 mai 1980 - à la veille de la première tournée américaine du groupe qui s'annonçait triomphale. Ian Curtis a changé le rock, sans le vouloir, sans le savoir.