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24 HOUR PARTY PEOPLE

 
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At Theaters: 8/9/2002 On Video: 1/21/2003
Rated: R Length: 1 hr. 57 min.
Internet: Web Site Movie ID: 429903
Studio: United Artists Inc.
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After witnessing a life-changing concert by an unknown band, Tony Wilson persuades his television to televise one of their performances. Punk groups soon are asking him to manage them. Wilson and his friends create the legendary Factory Records label and The Hacienda club, and bands emerge to change the industry forever.
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Steve Coogan WIND IN THE WILLOWS
Shirley Henderson WONDERLAND, THE CLAIM
Lennie James LUCKY BREAK
Paddy Considine BORN ROMANTIC
Sean Harris HOTHOUSE
Director: Michael Winterbottom THE CLAIM, WELCOME TO SARAJEVO
Producer: Andrew Eaton THE CLAIM
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Documenting The Event
Rebuilding The Hacienda
About The Music
About The Clothes
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Entertainment Weekly   Full Review
Good "This may be the first rock movie that isn't really about a band, or even a movement, but a scene, a vibe, and the cultish buzz that attended it.  ''24 Hour Party People'' is an insider nostalgia trip for graying art punks. It could have been called ''When We Were Cool,'' and it's finally so cool that it freezes you out.''

TV Guide Online  Full Review
Very Good "Director Michael Winterbottom's account of Wilson's wild ride on fortune's wheel is jammed packed with the sounds of the edgy noisemakers who erupted out of Manchester in the wake of punk rock. It's also filled with some wittiest dialogue you're likely to hear in a rock flick''

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D ETAILED S TORYLINE
Manchester, 1976. Tony Wilson (Steve Coogan) is an ambitious but frustrated local TV news reporter looking for a way to make his mark. After witnessing a life-changing concert by an unknown band called the Sex Pistols, he persuades his station to televise one of their performances, and soon Manchester's punk groups are clamoring for him to manage them. Riding the wave of a musical revolution, Wilson and his friends create the legendary Factory Records label and The Hacienda club, and bands like Joy Division, New Order, and the Happy Mondays emerge to change the industry forever.
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