I wish Arsenic Monosulfide existed as AsS so one could publish a study on a molecule called ass. Then we'd need the also implausible titanium tritium monosulfide TiTS and clearly a magnificent paper could be made.
So It Goes was a music magazine series fronted by the legendary Tony Wilson, later co-founder of Factory Records and founder and manager of The Hacienda nightclub. In two series screened in just three of the ITV regions in 1976 and 1977, So It Goes featured the first television performance by The Sex Pistols, showcased Iggy Pop, Elvis Costello and Van Morrison, and filmed in the studio and at Manchester clubs all the greats of early British punk: The Jam, The Clash, XTC, The Buzzcocks, The Stranglers and Siouxsie and the Banshees
I liked the film, maybe not as much as someone from that period in Manchester would, but I think Steven Coogan is a good comic actor. I used to get a movie channel that featured films that might not have been seen much in America, then they changed their programming and just started showing the dozen or so movies that every cable channel shows ad nauseum, so I haven't seen the film in awhile. I think this was the same channel that showed Control. Man, was that a depressing movie.
Gentlemen, you can't fight in here--this is the war room.
Control is brilliant. If it's ok to say that about such a subject. I like films that aren't about Fast and Furious featuring John Cena. It's lazy money making bullshit. Yes it has a place but just don't take all the space up. I watched Control on YouTube ages ago. It's never on TV over here. It's compulsive hard viewing. But so is life.