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/sorry we missed you

UK
2019 MA15+ 101 mins
 
director: Ken Loach

"This absorbing and ultimately shattering portrayal of the costs of a late-capitalist system obsessed with convenience, efficiency and nanosecond precision couldn't be more timely."

Anne Hornaday Washington Post

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Featured review by  Peter Bradshaw - The Guardian
Distributor:  Icon Film Distribution
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/starbox score - 3.92

5 votes - 62
4 votes - 102
3 votes - 28
2 votes - 12  
1 vote    -  9

Total votes - 213

/cast

Kris Hitchen - Ricky

Debbie Honeywood- Abbie

Rhys Stone - Seb

Katie Proctor - Liza Jae

Ross Brewster - Maloney

Charlie Richmond - Henry

Julian Ions - Freddie

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/crew

Director - Ken Loach

Writers - Paul Laverty

ProducersPascal Caucheteux, Philippe Logie, Vincent Maraval, Eimhear McMahon, Rebecca O'Brien, Grégoire Sorlat & Jack Thomas-O'Brien

Music - George Fenton

Cinematography - Robbie Ryan

Film Editing - Jonathon Morris

Casting Kahleen Crawford

Production Design -Fergus Clegg

Art Direction - Julie Ann Horan

Costume Design - Jo Slater

Filmed on location in Tyne and Wear, England, UK

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/Ken Loach

director

born 1936 in Nuneaton, United Kingdom

Ken Loach is a consistent film maker, who is passionate about British social issues and injustices. Loach studied law at St. Peter's College, Oxford. He later branched out as an actor.

 

In 1964, Loach and Tony Garnett produced a number of documentaries, most notably "Cathy Come Home". The impact was so great that it led to a change in homeless laws. 


Loach made his film debut in 1967, "Poor Cow" was released, next "Kes"  was released (1969). He continued to produce work that were not well recieved or at times not screened. 

In the 1990's, Loach made a comeback with films such as "Riff-Raff" (1991), "Raining Stones" (1993), "Land and Freedom " (1995). The said films won awards at Cannes FIlm Festival, Felix Award for Best Eurpoean Film and the  FIPRESCI International Critics Prize and the Ecumenical Jury Prize.

After this time Loach continued to produce works including "I, Daniel Blake", "Looking for Eric", "Route Irish" & " In conversation with Jeremy Corbin" , just to name a few.