With his story of a father forced to become a delivery driver in the gig economy, the British filmmaker’s sombre portrait of a family coming undone cuts to the heart of life in today’s Britain.
At 83, Ken Loach’s sense of his times is sharper than ever. Sorry We Missed You, his latest feature, gives his trademark neorealism a new turn as it targets the gig economy. Central to this family drama is Ricky, a father, husband and serial odd-jobber forced to reinvent himself as a delivery driver for a Web-based corporation. Impeccably filmed and marked by excellent performances, this is Loach at his unflinching, gut-wrenching best: giving a voice to those who end up getting screwed...
UNITED KINGDOM, France, Belgium
| 100 minutes | 2019
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