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A middle aged carpenter who requires state welfare after suffering a heart attack is joined by a single mother in a similar scenario.
Director: Ken Loach
Writer: Paul Laverty (screenplay)
Stars: Dave Johns, Hayley Squires, Sharon Percy
Review by Gilbert Seah
British director Ken Loach is one director that constantly makes films about the country’s social problems – be it child services (LADYBIRD, LADYBIRD), the working class (RIFF-RAFF) or growing up poor (KES his first and best feature film, SWEET SIXTEEN). In I, DANIEL BLAKE, his new film, the setting is Newcastle where the Geordies speak with their accent. The accent can be understood as the actors speak slow enough and enunciate clearly but the film still comes with English subtitles.
Daniel Blake (Dave Johns, who won this year’s BFTA Award for Best Actor for this performance)…
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