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Sorry We Missed You
Perlak
'SORRY WE MISSED YOU' (Perlak)
Foto: Gari Garaialde
Ken Loach
Foto: Gari Garaialde
Ken Loach
Foto: Gari Garaialde
Ken Loach
Foto: Pablo Gómez
Lesley Ashton, Ken Loach
Foto: Pablo Gómez
Ken Loach
Foto: Pablo Gómez
Ken Loach
Foto: Pablo Gómez
Ken Loach
Foto: Alex Abril
Ken Loach
Foto: Jorge Fuembuena
Arrival of Ken Loach ''SORRY WE MISSED YOU'' (Perlak)
Arrival of Ken Loach ''SORRY WE MISSED YOU'' (Perlak)
Arrival of Ken Loach ''SORRY WE MISSED YOU'' (Perlak) (v.o. )
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Arrival of Ken Loach ''SORRY WE MISSED YOU'' (Perlak) (v.o. )
(v.o. )
Interview ''Sorry We Missed You'' (Perlak)
Interview ''Sorry We Missed You'' (Perlak)
Interview ''Sorry We Missed You'' (Perlak) (in)
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Interview ''Sorry We Missed You'' (Perlak) (in)
KEN LOACH (Director)
(in)

Ricky, Abby and their two children live in Newcastle. They are a strong family who care for each other. Ricky has skipped from one labouring job to another while Abby, who loves her work, cares for old people. Despite working longer and harder they realise they will never have independence or their own home. It’s now or never; the app revolution offers Ricky a golden opportunity. He and Abby make a bet. She sells her car so Ricky can buy a shiny new van and become a freelance driver, with his own business at last. The modern world impinges on these four souls in the privacy of their kitchen; the future beckons.

BIOGRAPHY

Ken Loach (Nuneaton, United Kingdom. 1962) is one of the few directors to have won the Golden Palm twice at the Cannes Festival, thanks to The Wind That Shakes the Barley (2006) and I, Daniel Blake (2016), Audience Award in San Sebastian. Worthy of note among his feature films, outstanding for their social realism, are Hidden Agenda (1990), Riff-Raff (1991), Raining Stones (1992), Land and Freedom (1995), My Name Is Joe (1998), Looking for Eric (2009) and The Angels’ Share, winner of the Audience Award for best European film at San SEbastian and of the Jury Prize at Cannes 2012, the competition in which he repeated his participation this year with Sorry We Missed You. In 1990 he was a member of the Official Jury at San Sebastian.

CAST & CREW
Director
Ken Loach
Screenplay
Paul Laverty
Production
Sixteen Films
Rebecca O'Brien
Why Not Productions
Les Films du Fleuve
Sales
Wild Bunch
Distribution
Golem Distribución, SL.
Photography
Robbie Ryan
Edition
Jonathan Morris
Music
George Fenton
Cast
Kris Hitchen, Debbie Honeywood, Alfie Dobson, Kris Hitchen, Debbie Honeywood, Rhys Stone, Katie Proctor
Format
DCP FOLLOWING DCI
Running Time
102 m.
Country
UK - France - Germany
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