By Mark Asch
In what could be his final film, Ken Loach fixes his gaze on a pub landlord in a town reckoning with a new population of Syrian refugees.
Ken Loach doubles down on his kitchen-sink shtick in this heavy-handed indictment of Britain’s gig economy.
Ken Loach’s latest polemic has a vital message that’s diluted by some heavy-handed direction.
The late Carol White is exceptional as a working class single mother in Ken Loach’s restored kitchen-sink drama.