Ken Loach – Looks and Smiles (1981)

This film is based on the novel of the same name by Barry Hines (first published in the bad old days of the early 1980s when the nefarious Margaret Thatcher ruled Britain. — Frontline Books).

Sheffield, 1980: the evening paper warns of yet more redundancies in the steel industry, and the choice before school leavers Alan and Mick is either the forces or the dole. Alan (Pitts) enlists and is posted to Belfast, where he develops a taste for duffing up Catholics. Mick (Green) stays at home, tinkers with his bike, scours the sits vac, and takes up with shop-girl Karen (Nicholson) amid rising despair. Familiar Loach territory, and presented in characteristically spartan documentary style. Excellent performances from the three principals (all amateurs), resolutely unfussy black-and-white photography by Chris Menges, and a complete absence of self-consciousness on either side of the camera add up to a quietly devastating portrayal of human waste. — TimeOut Film Guide

979MB | 1h 43m | 716×480 | mp4

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Language(s):English
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