Globally renowned photographer and image-maker to superstar bands like Depeche Mode and U2, Anton Corbijn brings us his first feature film. It tells the story of the tortured love triangle between Joy Division's frontman Ian Curtis, his young wife and his Belgian lover, along with the ascension of this seminal British band of the late 1970s. Newcomer Sam Riley stars opposite Samantha Morton in the film that sets out to tell the definitive story of a true rock and roll legend. Based on the book 'Touching From a Distance' by Deborah Curtis.

Year: 2007
Genre: Based on..., Biography, Film Festivals 2007, Carmen's Favourites, 2008
Country: UK
Director: Anton Corbijn
Starring: Sam Riley, Samantha Morton, Alexandra Maria Lara, Joe Anderson, Toby Kebbell
Duration: 119 Minutes
Rating: R16 - Contains violence, offensive language, sex scenes and content that may disturb.
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