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Black Monday: The Last Days

3.2 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews

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  • Directors: Peter Hook
  • Language: English
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: U
  • Studio: CD
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00913AR14
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 161,267 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

Product Description

The last days of Factory Records

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3.2 out of 5 stars
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There will be critics who say that this may be boring, and true there are some repetitive moments and the editing could have been better [it has basically been a straight transfer from the original VHS warts and all] but the fact that this is probably the ONLY footage in existance of the Factory collapse far outweighs such trivial things, here you get to see Wilson, Gretton and Erasmus during the Factory collapse almost 20 years ago to the day.
You also get to see the Fac251 building in its former glory as the offices, though already pretty much gutted by the time the camera managed to get access.
I'd recommend it to any serious Factory fanatic, to the casual fan/viewer I would not, as they would probably find it boring. 24 Hour Party People this is not, but for a fly on the wall film it is very good.
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Format: DVD
Hmmm,where to start....

Chapter 1 - consits of a bloke with a camera asking various Factory Records employees what is going down (no pun intended) and gets repetetive.

Chapter 2 - shows the viewer inside the Factory offices in a sort of floor to floor guide if you like,from the basement up to the boardroom and "that" infamous table!
From the collectors perspective, seeing all those posters,white labels and master tapes scattered all over the floor and knowing they were going straight in the skip was shocking!

Bonus items
Chapter 3 - Shows the rebirth of the former offices into the new Fac251 Nightclub.This footage was readily available from the Factory Manchester website in early 2010.

Its only saving grace is the fact that yours truly puts several appearances in!
Immortalised on DVD! (Wonder if i can charge for my image use? - only kidding !)

Chapter 4 - Small edit showing how the "anvil" for Fac73 was made.To those not in the know Fac73 was the 12" Blue Monday by New Order and the "anvil" was commissioned by Factory to celebrate sales of 500,000 copies of said record.

Gotta be honest i was bored watching this dvd.i certainly expected more than i got.
The running time could have been halved too as the same shot appeared time after time.

steve smith
neworderweb.net
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I must agree with the other two reviews. Editing could have been better etc, etc...
As a Factory fanatic myself i found it fascinating. For those with not much knowledge of the label, the bands, etc, i'd give it a miss.
If you're a fan it's a must
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Proceed with caution. this is difficult to watch through - even for a hardcore Factory fan.

Lots of camcorder footage, very badly shot which mainly consists of the same shots, a bloke walking round & round the Factory building, long shots of the floor and bits of rubbish on the floor.

Feels cheap and bit of a cash on for any Fac fanatics.

Watch the New Order Story instead.
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Format: DVD
Undoubtedly contains rare footage and makes a worthwhile purchase in that regard

However whoever the cameraman was can't operate a camera and I found the guy doing the commentary, Tosh Ryan, repetitive and annoying

With the right people it could have been great but sadly not the case
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