Largely the film concentrated on Tony Wilson (the founder of Factory) and two of their biggest bands, Joy Division (who became New Order in 1980 following the suidide of their lead singer Ian Curtis) and The Happy Mondays. Other bands like A Certain Ratio and Durutti Column only got the most cursory of mentions and the film completely ignored the fact that Factory discovered other great bands like Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark and James.
It was a great film tho'. It really brought back memories of those times. The first time I heard Joy Division's "Atmosphere" I was completely blown away.
It's certainly ensured that I'll be digging out a lot of my old Factory records and they'll be on heavy rotation round here for the next few weeks.
If you've any interest in the Manchester music scene of the 1980s then you need to see this film.