Results for "author_first: Ken, author_last: Loach"
Sorry We Missed You Story of an English family on the brink of financial collapse that will catalyze your empathy for poor and middle-class families.
I, Daniel Blake An award-winning film that puts you in the shoes of people coping with poverty and the bureaucracy of England's welfare system.
Jimmy's Hall A stirring morality play about creating community, leading others, and having respect for one's enemies.
Looking for Eric A tribute to the power of friendship to help pull us through crises and handle problems which are too hard for us to solve ourselves.
The Wind That Shakes the Barley A poignant drama about Ireland in the 1920s and the violence that tears apart the fabric of community and pits brother against brother.
Sweet Sixteen A gritty film directed by Ken Loach about the spiritual dynamics of hope in the life of a resourceful and brave teenager living in poverty in Glasgow.
Bread and Roses A mesmerizing drama about a young Mexican woman and her co-workers, all office cleaners and janitors, who are inspired to struggle for justice by a union organizer.
My Name Is Joe Portrays the invisible class barriers and ways of seeing the world that can hobble the future of lovers.
Carla's Song A striking and memorable film about the emotional firefights that flare up when the personal and the political are linked.
Singing the Blues in Red A sophisticated political film which is both insightful and engaging.