Possibly the last film from from one of Britain’s major filmmakers!19 February 2017
Loach scans the contemporary landscape, and instead of a firebrand approach of stereotype, delivers a film of immense sadness. Someone should project this on the walls of the Department for Work and Pensions.
Good acting15 February 2017
Felt a little cliched, like something out of an Irvine Welsh story. It wasn't so much the misery, it was the timing / how it was integrated - felt very forced.