Drama av Anton Corbijn med Sam Riley och Samantha Morton. 

Musikvideoregissören och fotografen Anton Corbijns debutfilm Control fick ett strålande mottagande efter premiären i Cannes. Filmen handlar om Joy Divisions legendariske sångare, som tog sitt liv endast 23 år gammal. Curtis spelas av stjärnskottet Sam Riley, och hans unga hustru Deborah – vars självbiografi filmen bygger på – av tvåfaldigt Oscarnominerade Samantha Morton. 

Director: Anton Corbijn
Writers: Deborah Curtis (book), Matt Greenhalgh (screenplay)
Stars: Sam Riley, Samantha Morton, Craig Parkinson

IMDb betyg: 7.7
Original title Control
Production country UK | USA | Australia | Japan
Language English
Subtitle DanskaNorskaSvenska
Recommended age  
Runtime 122 min
Color Color
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
IMDb link tt0421082

 

Won: Carl Foreman Award for the Most Promising Newcomer
Nominated: Alexander Korda Award for Best British Film
Nominated: BAFTA Film Award

Nominated: Bodil

Won: Best Actor
Nominated: Grand Prix

Won: British Independent Film Award
Won: Douglas Hickox Award

Nominated: Golden Frog

Won: C.I.C.A.E. Award – Special Mention
Won: Golden Camera – Special Mention
Won: Label Europa Cinemas
Won: Regards Jeunes Prize
Nominated: Golden Camera

Won: Audience Choice Award
Won: Silver Hugo

Nominated: Chlotrudis Award

Nominated: Lino Brocka Award

Won: Best Fiction Program

Won: Best British Performance
Won: Best New British Feature

Won: Empire Award

Nominated: European Discovery of the Year

Won: Evening Standard British Film Award

Nominated: Golden Trailer

Won: Critics Award

3rd place: ICP Award

Won: Audience Choice

Won: Most Popular Feature Film

Nominated: OFTA Film Award

Nominated: OFCS Award

Nominated: Prism Award

Won: RIFF Audience Award

Won: Honorable Mention

Nominated: VVFP Award

You don’t have to know anything about Joy Division to grasp the mysterious sorrow at its heart.

A.O. Scott, The New York Times

It’s Corbijn, shooting with a poet’s eye in a harshly stunning black-and-white, who cuts to the soul of Ian’s life and music. You don’t watch this movie, you live it.

Peter Travers, Rolling Stone

Control goes past the clichés of punk rock-god gloom to offer a snapshot of alienation that’s shockingly humane.

Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly

Lovely and deeply touching picture.

Stephanie Zacharek, Salon.com

Those who worship Joy Division may bridle at Corbijn’s film for its reluctance to mythologize their hero. Speaking as someone so irretrievably square that I not only never listened to the band but didn’t even know anyone who liked it, I can’t imagine a tribute more fitting than this.

Anthony Lane, The New Yorker