Sorry We Missed You (15)
2019, UK/Fr/Bel, Dir. Ken Loach, 101 minutes
With I, Daniel Blake Ken Loach told of the difficulties a group of people had trying to meet the demands of the unemployed benefits system while retaining any dignity. Sorry We Missed You is something of a companion piece. Also set in Newcastle, this time Loach and his writer Paul Laverty turn their attention to the scandal of zero hours contracts. People aspire to improve their lives – but is it always possible? This is Loach at his best, unashamedly political and with a simple but powerful message. Prepare to be angered and moved.
Proceeds from the screening of this film will be donated to Zink Employability, a local charity that includes the High Peak Food Bank and provides employability mentoring and coaching services.
Film notes (paper copies available at the screening)
We think this film will be popular so you may want to avoid a long wait in the queue by booking your tickets in advance.
Tickets (£5 adults, £3 children) available on the door, but it may be busy so you are advised to book in advance with the Buxton Opera House box office