Film Review: I, Daniel Blake

I, Daniel Blake (2017) – Rotten Tomatoes

I, Daniel Blake is a scathing indictment on the government and their complete lack of empathy towards its own citizens. As is often the case, his films capture a raw authenticity.


Review: ‘I, Daniel Blake,’ Stuck on the Bureaucratic

Dec 22, 2016 · Review: ‘I, Daniel Blake,’ Stuck on the Bureaucratic Hamster Wheel “I, Daniel Blake” is a powerful return to form for What makes the pain of this film bearable is Daniel’s

I, Daniel Blake review: Ken Loach’s welfare state polemic

May 13, 2016 · ‘This film intervenes in the messy, ugly world of poverty with the secular intention of making us see that it really is happening, and in a prosperous nation, too’ … I, Daniel Blake With


I, Daniel Blake – Movie Reviews – Rotten Tomatoes

I, Daniel Blake is a frustrating movie to watch unfold for all the right reasons; it really gets under your skin and will have you angry at the degrading mistreatment by businesses and governments

Film Review: I, Daniel Blake | Consequence of Sound

I, Daniel Blake is a wonderfully humane drama, and it’s by way of this humbling, sympathetic reciprocity that director Ken Loach and his central character flourish. Loach’s film is a plea for

Film Review: I, Daniel Blake | Film Journal International

Daniel Blake puts front and center Loach’s core-deep empathy for working-class people and celebrates their innate goodness. Don’t look for goodness in a Loach film, or even a caper-size bit of decency, from the ruling class, overlords, corporate titans and—in the case of Daniel Blake—the grotesquely titled

I, Daniel Blake Reviews – Metacritic

Dec 23, 2016 · Having been decorated with arguably the most prestigious artistic award in film, the Palm d’Or in May this year, ‘I, Daniel Blake’ is an ‘A heart-wrenching polemic of state-led bureaucracy in Britain, executed masterfully by the country’s finest socially aware director of a generation.’


I, Daniel Blake – Wikipedia

43 rows · I, Daniel Blake is a 2016 drama film directed by Ken Loach and written by Loach’s …

Music by: George Fenton

Film review: I, Daniel Blake | Exposure

Dec 15, 2016 · I, Daniel Blake is the latest Ken Loach film, depicting one man’s fight against the benefits system.. Daniel Blake, a 59-year-old joiner from Newcastle, has been forced to wrestle with the unsympathetic DWP (Department for Work and Pensions), over his …

I, Daniel Blake Movie Review & Film Summary (2016) | Roger

Dec 23, 2016 · “I, Daniel Blake” is an extremely Ken Loach-y Ken Loach film, for better and for worse. The surprise winner of the Palme d’Or at this year’s Cannes Film Festival follows a middle-aged, blue-collar carpenter struggling to navigate the bureaucracy of the British benefits system after an injury