The remaining members of Joy Division have given their verdict on the biopic film, and although they think itâ€™s great, they claim itâ€™s only loosely based on the truth.
The Anton Corbijn directed â€˜Controlâ€™ was premiered at the Cannes Film Festival last month, and speaking to xfm Peter Hook and Stephen Morris have both given the film the thumbs up.
Morris started: "It's good, very good. Itâ€™s a bit hard to watch when you're involved in it as much as Peter as I have been though, but Anton's done a really good job, itâ€™s not as funny as 24 hour party people though!
"None of its true really. Itâ€™s sort of true but you have to take liberties when you're making a film because the truth is too boring."
Bassist Peter Hook then took over, saying: "I really enjoyed it, but it was as I said like having your heart stamped on. The weirdest thing was at the end, when it really hurt and everybody started clapping. It would've been nice to have a dignified silence.
"You're sat there thinking â€˜Fuck me I lived that!' It was like being dissected.â€