Who of us thinks about the package offered, of all the stuff we deliver it, we ordered on the Internet? The answer is: Ken Loach, the British master of social realism drama. And who saw "Sorry We Missed You", its as analytical as a touching new Film, does it then maybe.
The family father Ricky (Kris Hitchen) hoped for after years of odd jobs for a better future as a freelance driver for a package delivery service. The local language rules ("you don't work for us, but with us!") curls with independence, however, the PET bottle gets down to Ricky for Doing the call of nature in the Hand, points to a harsh reality: The time is unnerving, to the smallest of oversights hefty penalties to follow, which is why Ricky, soon, nothing else can take care of his work.
The life of a messenger: Someone sits you in the neck. Video: YouTube/Filmcoopi Zürich
His wife, Abby (Debbie honey wood), as the old nurse, likewise, oppressive working hours, and the adolescent children are mostly left to fend for themselves. All of this has increasingly bad on the family life.
Director Loach and his longtime screenwriter Paul Laverty and lead us to the economic constraints of the false self-employment examples, but as a papierenes teaching piece of the never. The lovingly-drawn characters lives are much too real in their weaknesses and conflicts. Also the performers are so convincing that you followed spellbound the story of all-time. Is told you by the way, with Humor but without falling into the sentimentality trap. With over 80 years of age Ken is Loach at the height of his art.
Arthouse Le Paris / Houdini
Created: 31.10.2019, 09:23 PM