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24 Hour Party People is a 2002 British comedy-drama film about Manchester's popular music community from 1976 to 1992, and specifically about Factory Records. It was written by Frank Cottrell Boyce and directed by Michael Winterbottom. The film was entered into the 2002 Cannes Film Festival. It received positive reviews.
It begins with the punk rock era of the late 1970s and moves through the 1980s into the "Madchester" scene of the late 1980s and early 1990s. The main character is Tony Wilson (played by Steve Coogan), a news reporter for Granada Television and the head of Factory Records. The narrative largely follows his career, while also covering the major Factory artists, especially Joy Division and New Order, A Certain Ratio, The Durutti Column and Happy Mondays.
The film is a dramatisation based on a combination of real events, rumours, urban legends, and the imaginings of the scriptwriter – as the film makes clear. In one scene, one-time Buzzcocks member Howard Devoto (played by Martin Hancock) is shown having sex with Wilson's first wife in the toilets of a club; the real Devoto, an extra in the scene, turns to the camera and says, "I definitely don't remember this happening". The fourth wall is frequently broken, with Wilson (who also acts as the narrator) frequently commenting on events directly to camera as they occur, at one point declaring that he is "being postmodern, before it's fashionable". The actors are often intercut with real contemporary concert footage, including the Sex Pistols gig at the Lesser Free Trade Hall.

In 1976 television presenter Tony Wilson sees the Sex Pistols perform at the Manchester Lesser Free Trade Hall for the first time. Inspired, Wilson starts a weekly series of punk rock shows at a Manchester club, where the newly formed Joy Division perform, led by the erratic, brooding Ian Curtis.
Wilson founds a record label, Factory Records, and signs Joy Division as the first band; the contract is written in Wilson's blood and gives the Factory artists full control over their music. He hires irascible producer Martin Hannett to record Joy Division, and soon the band and label have a hit record. In 1980, just before Joy Division is to tour the United States, Curtis hangs himself. Joy Division rename themselves New Order and record a hit single, "Blue Monday".
Wilson opens a nightclub, The Haçienda; business is slow at first, but eventually the club is packed each night. Wilson signs another hit band, Happy Mondays, led by Shaun Ryder, and the ecstasy-fuelled rave culture is born.
Despite the apparent success, Factory Records is losing money. Every copy of "Blue Monday" sold loses five pence, as the intricately designed packaging by Peter Saville costs more than the single's sale price. Wilson pays for New Order to record a new album in Ibiza, but after two years, they still have not delivered a record. He pays for the Happy Mondays to record their fourth studio album in Barbados, but Ryder spends all the recording money on drugs. When Wilson finally receives the finished album, he finds that Ryder has refused to record vocals, and all the tracks are instrumentals. At the Haçienda, ecstasy use is curbing alcohol sales and attracting gang violence.
The Factory partners try to save the business by selling the label to London Records but when Wilson reveals that the label does not hold binding contracts with any of its artists, the deal falls through. While smoking marijuana on the roof of Haçienda after its closing night, Wilson has a vision of God who assures Wilson he has earned a place in history.

Steve Coogan as Tony Wilson
John Thomson as Charles (Granada TV producer)
Shirley Henderson as Lindsay Wilson (Tony's first wife)
Paddy Considine as Rob Gretton (Joy Division/New Order manager)
Lennie James as Alan Erasmus (co-founder of Factory)
Andy Serkis as Martin Hannett (producer)
Sean Harris as Ian Curtis (Joy Division singer)
John Simm as Bernard Sumner (Joy Division/New Order guitarist)
Ralf Little as Peter Hook (Joy Division/New Order bassist)
Tim Horrocks as Stephen Morris (Joy Division/New Order drummer)
Danny Cunningham as Shaun Ryder (Happy Mondays singer)
Chris Coghill as Bez (Happy Mondays dancer and percussionist)
Paul Popplewell as Paul Ryder (Happy Mondays bassist, brother of Shaun)
Ron Cook as Derek Ryder (the Ryder brothers' father)
Kieran O'Brien as Nathan (Happy Mondays manager)
Raymond Waring as Vini Reilly (singer-guitarist of The Durutti Column)
Dave Gorman as John the Postman (postman/punk singer)
Peter Kay as Don Tonay
Enzo Cilenti as Peter Saville (Factory graphic designer)
Rob Brydon as Ryan Letts (journalist)
Simon Pegg as Mick Middles (author, then-Sounds magazine writer)
Christopher Eccleston as Boethius (in disguise as a beggar)
John Stammers as Marc Riley (scene deleted)
Conrad Murray as Bailey Brother
Tony Wilson as Wheel of Fortune director
Nigel Pivaro as Actor at Granada
Kenny Baker as Zookeeper
Howard Devoto (Buzzcocks) as cleaner/himself
Rowetta as herself, reprising her time with Happy Mondays
Terri Seymour as herself, reprising her co-host gig on Wheel of Fortune
Paul Ryder (Happy Mondays) as drug dealer and head Hacienda doorman Pel
Smug Roberts (English stand-up comedian and actor)
Clint Boon (Inspiral Carpets, The Clint Boon Experience) as Ernie, a train conductor
Elizabeth Dawn (best known as Vera Duckworth in Coronation Street) as Ian's mum
Martin Coogan (The Mock Turtles), Steve's older brother
Jon DaSilva as himself, reprising his time as resident DJ at The Haçienda
Mark E. Smith (The Fall)
Mike Pickering (former DJ at The Haçienda, Factory Records unofficial A&R)
Dave Haslam (former DJ at The Haçienda)
Vini Reilly (first artist of Factory Records) scene deleted, clip only
Keith Allen as Roger Ames
Gary Mounfield (The Stone Roses)
Fiona Allen (comedian) who worked on the door at the Hacienda, playing herself.
Natalie Curtis (daughter of Joy Division's Ian)
Margi Clarke (actress) who appears in a scene in a corridor at Granada

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