Anton Corbijn’s new film, Control, is the story of Ian Curtis, lead singer of the esteemed English post-punk band “Joy Division.” Curtis killed himself in 1980, just two days before the band’s first tour in the U.S.
This article describes his life and presents stunning photographs, two music videos, the movie trailer and a photo-gallery.
There has been increasing alarm that technological advances have changed not only our everyday lives, but also the very nature of our sense of humanity. Others say that surging technology hasn’t had the ruinous impact that some have anticipated.
The article presents both perspectives, as well as very attractive, memorable photographs and a photo-gallery.
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