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Among the young people portrayed are high-schoolers looking for their place in life, a young mother worried about the future of her daughter after the Chernobyl catastrophe, a young man follower of the Hare Krishna movement an 'unusual' religion that was discouraged even more than 'usual' ones by the Soviet government , as well young adults returning from compulsory military service in the Soviet war in Afghanistan and having become ones of 'the lost generation'.
Bitter Rice begins at the start of the rice-planting season in northern Italy. In an effort to escape the law two small-time thieves, Francesca Doris Dowling and Walter Vittorio Gassman , hide amongst the crowds of female workers heading to the rice fields of the Po Valley. While attempting to board the train for the fields the pair runs into Silvana Silvana Mangano , a peasant rice worker.
Francesca boards the train with Silvana, who introduces her to the planter's way of life. Francesca does not have a work permit, and struggles with the other "illegals" known as "scabs" to find a place on the rice fields. After initial resistance from documented workers and bosses, the scabs are allowed a place in the fields. At the fields Silvana and Francesca meet a soon-to-be-discharged soldier, Marco Raf Vallone , who unsuccessfully tries to attract Silvana's interest.
Soon after, Walter tracks Francesca down at the rice fields and plots to steal rice from the storehouses during the celebration at the end of the planting season. Silvana is attracted by what she sees as the glamour of Walter's wealth, and becomes his new partner in crime. Francesca, meanwhile, is disenchanted with her former criminal lifestyle.
Story of a poor father searching post-World War II Rome for his stolen bicycle, without which he will lose the job which was to be the salvation of his young family. Together - Comedy set in s Stockholm, in which a woman leaves her violent husband and moves, with her children, to the Tillsammans 'Together' in Swedish commune where her brother lives. My memory is that they are deceptively simple films though each carries a deep emotional impact.
Luckily the last film is also the best — though all are realistic and carry the belief in the ultimate survival of the human spirit. The sequences outside the ground with the corralled Tehrani women who have been discovered is memorable — most of the women are indomitable and the soldiers are largely bored or dejected.
And Kes under Ken Loach too. I think that you should mention in the intro that many of these films are made by people with conservative or Stalinist leanings and as such their views are mirrored in their interpretations of working class life. I felt it was gratuitous as a remake and film critics and audiences generally didnt feel it was better either. While the original popularized the tripping and falling while being chased by a monster trope I disagree that it should be disparaged as engaging in damsel in distress tripe.
All of the characters in the movie where in distress and Barbara was not the only female character in the film. She just saw her brother get killed by a dead person. Its a much more rational response. The strong leaders were a bunch of idiots who got everyone killed, with the state showing up to indiscriminately finish them off.
In this respect Romeros '73 The Crazies- about a pair of anarchy firefighters caught in a middle of a virus epidemic that causes among the infected national liberation armed struggle and 'going postal' killings- is much better satire then his latter- like the remake- zombie films. Not sure how many of them are appropriate for this list. If you like really slow and boring realism dos Santos's Vidas Secas is the best movie ever. There's a lot of really good movies here, plus loads that I haven't seen and I'll have to check out.
There seems to me to be a huge omission though, someone who knew about growing up in extreme poverty - Charlie Chaplin. Not exactly the cutting edge of modern cinema and a bit sentimental if you have a cynical head on, but probably some of the most popular films ever with working class characters at the heart of the stories and the rich, the bosses, the police as the villains and the butt of the jokes. Jim Sheridan The Field West Coast tenant farmer Bull McCabe Richard Harris asserts a moral right to a field he has created and worked for years, as he refuses to accept the idea that there can be a market in land - with good acting and an even handed telling of the story.
Jamaica Perry Henzell The Harder They Come A memorable story of poverty, drugs, corruption and an inevitable confrontation with authority - and possibly the best soundtrack ever! USA Stuart Rosenberg Cool Hand Luke A petty criminal refuses to conform to a brutal prison system and inspires his fellow inmates — with great performances.
Shane Meadows seems to make films in line with the intention of the thread. I've seen three. This is England is about the racist take over of a working class subculture in this case Skins and how kids get involved in subcultures, for good and bad, in the first place.
Somers Town is about a kid who runs away from his abusive father and tries to eke out an existence in London, doing so with the help of his new found friend, a Polish immigrant whose dad does not initially know what's going on.
Don't know if anyone mentioned this, but for female directed films I'd say Monster and maybe Vagabond I personally don't like vagabond. Also, On the Water Front is an antithesis of what this list is going for, but it is interesting to see why. Italy Marco Leto Black Holiday aka La Villeggiatura A liberal professor of law is interned on a prison island at the time of Fascism, where he finally gets a political education from the working class prisoners.
Her wages are withheld and she is essentially enslaved within the home, eventually driving her to commit suicide. The film is mockumentary and follows to women's guerrilla groups, one majority white and one majority POC.
Thanks for the list and the other contributions, the ones on here that I've seen are really good. My cinematic hero. I still think "The Dictator" is my favourite film, and I believe that it stands alongside "the cutting edge of modern cinema". It's beautifully simple, beautifully shot. And I adore the "fourth wall" current that runs through his films, most explicit in his speeches. So sincere. Tony Manero - A man obsessed with the character from Saturday Night Fever is due to enter a television contest to crown the best Manero impersonator, whilst Pinochet's disappearances carry on in the background.
On the subject of Saturday Night Fever, there was this novara episode where they talked about Saturday Night Fever in terms of the refusal of work. The Toxic Avenger He wrote the screenplay and instructions regarding how it should be directed, as he was in jail at the time. It was directed by his assistant Serik Goren. From a closed prison five inmates are paroled for a week — the film follows their separate journeys home and shows how medieval customs and religion are equally enslaving. The military are sent in.
On the 14th May there is a confrontation between demonstrators and the military who open fire and five people are killed and five injured. Peter Birro - Upp till kamp , mini series Take up the struggle 4 episodes chronicling the coming of age of 4 different youths growing up in the Swedish working class port town of Gothenburg.
A loving and authentic depiction of their involvement in the Vietnam solidarity movement and how important the idea of America was to all these youths in some way or another, how the K-groups marxist-leninists cynically tried to harness the wildcat strikes and youth resistance for party building, the tragedy of addiction and trying to rebuild life afterwards, the use of spies by the Social democrat party and the LO unions at hospitals in order to crack down on anyone threatening class peace, as well as the eventual 80's rise of the right wing and the personal conflicts and apathy following this development Gabriela Pichler - Eat Sleep Die [imho one of the most important depictions of Sweden of today as it tumbles even further down the OECD ratings, the plight of redudant and precariat youths, as well as both the solidarity and feeling that there's no future of small-town Sweden.
Must see! Ever wondered who packs the fresh plastic-sealed salad you are having for lunch? Who the people losing their factory jobs in dead end small towns would be? Ready for a visit to the "new" Sweden? First time amateur actors play all of the main characters in the film. Told with sparkling, beautiful and deep footage, lost in the archives in Sweden for 30 years. Despite the fact that it was a record year for Sweden and that the state-owned mining company LKAB made a profit, the working conditions of the miners became worse.
The strike spread from Kiruna to Svappavaara and Malmberget and after a few days, involved some 5, miners. The island is under threat from the industry island Plutonia, blackened by soot particles from coal particles and governed by two greedy managers who keeps small children as their slaves in the factories. Roy Andersson - Songs from the Second Floor "A man is standing in a subway car, his face dirty with soot. In his right hand he carries a plastic bag with documents, or rather, the charred leftovers of them.
In a corridor a man is clinging desperately to the legs of the boss who just fired him. He is screaming: "I've been here for thirty years! Traffic jams and self-flagellating stock brokers are filling up the streets while an economist, desperate for a solution to the problem of work becoming too expensive, gazes into the crystal ball of a scryer.
Everything and everyone is going somewhere but their goal and its meaning have disappeared along the way. Jan Troell - Everlasting Moments "Based on the true story of Maria Larsson, a Swedish working class woman in the early 20th century, who wins a camera in a lottery and goes on to become a photographer. Elephant is the most disgusting film about the troubles ever made. All we see are people with guns killing people with no narrative.
We are led to believe the Irish are murderous psychopaths who wake up and kill each. The viewer can think nothing else and the film is a testament to ignorance and stupidity. I like Ken Loach but he is guilty of political cowardice in Land and Freedom for using Anarchist paraphernalia but not mentioning our politics once. However the POUM are given center stage.
Riders of the Lost Dawn is as good as Libertarias in my opinion and was made 25 yrs ago but is online. Great series on the Spanish Revolution and an excellent drama too. All we see are people with guns killing people.
That obviously is the narrative. All the more so than when it was made when you think died so that Sinn Fein could sit in Stormont. The 'rationale' of it don't matter much to those killed in a shopping centre in Manchester or a nightclub in Derry.
The scene with Ricky Tomlinson in the bath is a classic - and what a great ending. Flaneur The rationale does matter because all victims who died in that war would I suspect want to know the reason and to rationalise is essential to bring closure. To relegate a conflict to a montage of shootings shows a disgustingly ignorant and crass attitude which at best is intellectually lazy and at worst a betrayal of all victims of the Troubles because it ignored the reasons the conflict existed therebye extending it.
Also I suspect the conflict was about more than " died so Sinn Fein could sit in Stormont". Moritz to Rome. The last section by Loach is terrific when three foul mouthed Glasgow Celtic supporters match bound become involved with a fugitive Albanian family. Well worth a watch. I watched The Machinist over the weekend. I don't know if if qualifies as working class just because the guy works in a factory I mean, what's prolier than that? Oh yeah, the other thing I was thinking was Barton Fink.
Apparently the Coen brothers have mentioned that the labor conditions in Hollywood is one of the themes they wanted to explore in the film. Chile Gonzalo Justiniano Caluga o menta Niki and his friends are members of the marginalised underclass living on the outskirts of Santiago. During Chile's transition from dictatorship to democracy , they forge a path from drug- and drink-fuelled nihilism and petty crime into the world of market-driven illegality and Niki begins a seemingly predestined relationship with the middle-class "loca", Manuela.
Memorable episodes and characters, quotable dialogue and a mix of earthy national portrait and surrealistic flourish make this one of the key Chilean films of the Nineties. Il Posto - A school leaver enters into the world of work whilst falling in love for the first time. Oslo, August 31st "One day in the life of Anders, a young recovering drug addict, who takes a brief leave from his treatment center to interview for a job and catch up with old friends in Oslo.
Surprised Chaplin isn't mentioned here at least I didn't see it Modern Times is explicitly a working class film. I'm just about to go through and update this with more additions, including lots of people's excellent suggestions. Thanks so much everyone for the recommendations. I've gone through and added them, as well as some more of my own. I thought it would be a quick job which I started this morning but it has actually taken me all day! Wanting to pose as a military officer, he dons the Red Lion Mane of Office.
Upon his return, his attempt to tell the village about a brand-new tax cut is quashed when the townfolk mistakenly assumes that he is there to rescue them from corrupt government officials. He learns that an evil magistrate has been swindling them for years. Now, he has to help the village, ward off Shogunate fanatics, along with the fact that he can't read his own proclamations. The Killing Floor is about an illiterate black sharecropper, Frank Custer, and his journey from the rural south to Chicago stockyards.
The year is and the first World War is in full swing, leaving good paying jobs 21 cents an hour for the men left behind, mostly immigrants and southern blacks. The film portrays the pioneering attempt of Custer and other stockyard workers to bring together other blacks, Poles, Lithuanian, Irish and German workers to form an interracial union in the face of growing racial conflict in Chicago, the culmination of which eventually led to the Chicago Race Riot of The Killing Floor is based on actual characters and event and the tension expressed one of the great themes of American history: the conflict between class and race.
It is explored with dignity, style and compassion. A strong script and performances making The Killing Floor an honorable, rich and revealing film. Set in WW2 on the northern border between Russia and Finland in the last days before the Finnish surrender. Two runaway soldiers a Russian and a Finnish sniper find refuge with a Lapp woman. Three different cultures and no common language make an excellent droll story.
Apparently, some of the scripts reflected their leftism. I loved it as a kid but it's probably all very dated and dead cheesy now. Still, if you'd care to investigate, I think the entire series can be found on YouTube. Weinstein hired many blacklisted American writers to script episodes of the series: these included Ring Lardner Jr.
Howard Koch, who was also blacklisted, served for a while as the series' script editor. The blacklisted writers were credited under pseudonyms, to avoid the attention of studio executives. The sponsored prints of the first five episodes of series one, screened by CBS in the US on its first run, had no writer credits on their end title sequences, writers were only credited on sponsored prints from episode 6 onward, only later non-sponsored US re-run prints of series one have writer credits for these episodes, some of which differ from writer credits on UK prints.
After the blacklist collapsed, Lardner said that the series' format allowed him "plenty of opportunities to comment on issues and institutions in Eisenhower-era America;" presumably A Tuck in Time was such an episode, in which a twin of Friar Tuck arrives boasting of his willingness to sell a weapon that could destroy the world.
In addition to the redistributive themes of a hero who robs from the rich and gives to the poor, many episodes in the programme's first two seasons included the threat that Robin and his band would be betrayed to the authorities by friends or loved ones, much as the blacklisted writers had been.
Didn't know he had any time for politics with his notorious reputation for booze and nymphets. He did make some flag wavers during the war and tis said he won the war in Burma without the help of the British Indian Army or the Aussies. I know Errol Flynn was a rapist but there's some conflicting opinions about his politics. There was a book which claimed he was spying for the Nazis but there's also claims that he was spying for the allies. He did approach the OSS and offer to spy for them, because he was unfit for military service, using his connections in neutral Ireland.
He did support Republican Spain during the Spanish Civil War and he rocked up in Cuba on his yacht to support the revolution there. Apparently his MI5 file is still classified. His lefty credentials are possibly less so. Also, he may well have been a rapist but I think the charge was "statutory rape" which as I vaguely understand this weird bit of US legalese, and knowing fuckall about the actual case, is not really the same thing.
Still, definitely a flawed and somewhat unsavoury character. It is difficult to make him out. The grand jury cleared him, but the authorities decided to prosecute anyway. Flynn was eventually acquitted, but only after the extent of his sexual appetite had been made clear.
In an age when the studios usually exerted themselves to protect their stars and the grand jury clearing him, why did the authorities still proceed? Hard to imagine they were taking a principled stand against a sexual predator.
Had he offended someone? Iranian cinema has incredibly good working class cinema, due in part to low budgets and the only method directors can subtly critisise their rulers and thereby win Oscars from the west. Under the City's Skin Tuba works daily at a grueling textile factory in Iran, returning home every night to deal with the rest of her problematic family.
Turtles Can Fly Near the Iraqi-Turkish border on the eve of an American invasion, refugee children like year-old Kak Ebrahim , gauge and await their fate. Baran In a building site in present-day Tehran, Lateef, a year-old Turkish worker is irresistibly drawn to Rahmat, a young Afghan worker.
The revelation of Rahmat's secret changes both their lives. The Color of Paradise Mohammad, a boy at Tehran's institute for the blind, waits for his dad to pick him up for summer vacation. Children of Heaven After a boy loses his sister's pair of shoes, he goes on a series of adventures in order to find them. When he can't, he tries a new way to "win" a new pair. A Time for Drunken Horses Young Iranian Kurds brothers and sisters try to save the youngest of them, who is seriously ill.
Crimson Gold An Iranian pizza delivery man sees the worst of corruption and social unbalance in his city and is driven to crime. Sadly most Iranians never watch these kinds of movies, preferring crappy Turkish soaps and western popcorn films, these movies are just western Oscar bait, but still very good.
When a chicken farm amidst crisis switches from extracting the surplus value of their hens to using them as use value, the chickens rebel and attempt to escape the capitalist social relation. Almost all those swedish films are by mainstream or established swedish directors and are likely available at many torrent sites. Pirate bay has most of them. Didn't check seeders though. If people are searching for the film Steven mentioned above, Adalen 31, on torrent sites, you're trying too hard!
It appears to be on youtube and with English subs. A factory worker recovering from a mental breakdown finds her colleagues have voted to lay her off and split her salary as a bonus. She spends a weekend canvassing them before a second, final vote. Saw High Rise quite recently. Really enjoyed it. Tells the story of dystopian class struggle in brutalist housing block in pre- Thatcherite England. Think Delicatessen meets Brazil.
Absolutely beautiful, and great use of music: the covers of Abba were amazing. I also love brutalist architecture, and live in a brutalist tower block so enjoyed it on that level as well. Enjoyed the book as well, although wouldn't count either as "working class literature" as such. I thought the end of the film with the news story about Thatcher was pretty clunky and unnecessary, and isn't from the book at all. It's not amazing - it has some really cardboard characters and I've heard the book is better - but it definitely has some class content.
It centers on a mostly Latino town in the Southwest where a planned luxury development brings to the surface long-held resentment over water rights that have long-favored capital over the town's poor residents. Working class cinema: a video guide. After Hours directed by Martin Scorsese. Copied to clipboard. American Brad Anderson The Machinist - Christian Bale stars as a factory worker whose insomnia has left him emaciated, and whose colleagues turn against him when he was involved in a workplace accident causing one worker to lose an arm.
Shari Springer Berman American Splendor - Adaptation of Harvey Pekar's comic series, which he wrote whilst working as a file clerk in a hospital. Herbert J. Biberman Salt of the Earth - Film based on the miners' strike in New Mexico, and starring many of those involved, it shows how miners and their families all take part in the long hard struggle against the mining company.
Made in , it was originally banned as part of the 'Red Scare'. Kathryn Bigelow Strange Days - An enjoyable if flawed sci-fi action movie, part of which seeks to investigate the nature of voyeurism via memory implants.
Lizzie Borden Born in Flames - Sci-fi flick about a post-revolutionary social democratic NYC in which gender and race issues have not been solves. In mockumentary style, it follows two women's guerrilla groups, one majority white and one majority POC. James Bridges The China Syndrome - A nuclear reactor almost goes into meltdown, whilst a team of reporters are on site covering a story. Steve Buscemi Trees Lounge - A mechanic, sacked for stealing out of the till, drinks his sorrows away over one summer in a Bukowski-esque anti-tale.
They Live - A special pair of sunglasses reveal billboards and adverts aren't what they seem. Coen brothers Barton Fink - Film about a playwright working in Hollywood in exploring high and low culture, fascism, World War II and working conditions in the creative industries. When a case of mistaken identity ruins his rug, he is dragged into something far bigger.
Laurie Collyer Sherrybaby - Maggie Gyllenhaal plays a young drug addict who leaves prison to collect her child from family members who have been looking after her. With a soundtrack by Herbie Hancock. Bill Duke Deep Cover - Focusing on the role of the police in the war on drugs, an undercover cop begins to enjoy the rewards.
Ryan Fleck Half Nelson - A radical inner city school teacher battles his demons with crack cocaine whilst trying to inspire his class. Sugar - Miguel has dreamt all his life of leaving the Dominican Republican to play baseball professionally but he soon discovers it isn't all it's cracked up to be. John Ford Grapes of Wrath - Classic film adaptation of Steinbeck's superb book depicting dispossessed peasant farmers from Oklahoma migrate to California to become wage labourers.
John Flynn Rolling Thunder - A tortured Vietnam veteran returns home to suburban America but nothing will be the same again. John Frankenheimer Seconds - When an middle aged man trades his identity and his face, he only realises what he's given up when it's too late. Colin Higgins 9 to 5 - Comedy three female office workers realise their dream of overthrowing their sexist, egotistical and bigoted bosses. Albert Hughes Dead Presidents - A black Vietnam vet joins a political organisation funding itself with armed robbery, based on the story of Haywood T.
Traven's novel. Patty Jenkins Monster - Crime drama based on the real story of a sex worker who was executed for killing six men. Mike Judge Office Space - When Peter sees an hypnotherapist, he inadvertently begins a refusal of work while his friends at the company are going to be made redundant and want revenge.
Jeremy Kagan Katherine , a. Stanley Kubrick Spartacus - Historical epic about the Spartacus slave rebellion. The Killing - The robbery on a racetrack has been meticulously planned, but a scheming wife could end up getting someone killed, if they can pull it off. Spike Lee Do the Right Thing - Film set in a New York neighbourhood, where class and racial tensions collide on the hottest day of the summer.
Malcolm X - Biopic on the life of black power leader, Malcolm X , from his childhood through to his conversion to Islam in prison and his eventual split with the Nation of Islam. Summer of Sam - Broad look at the white community in the South Bronx of , with punk, disco and the serial killer Son of Sam raging over a summer. Sidney Lumet Network - When a news reporter is thrown off the air for voicing subversive opinions, the network see in him an opportunity to increase ratings.
Adrian Lyne Jacob's Ladder - A Vietnam veteran suffers delusions from the alleged drug trials administered during the war. Michael Mann Heat - Work is the obsession for criminals and police alike, in this melancholy noir. Collateral - One night with a taxi driver, whose fare is a hitman directing him to his jobs around the city. Andrew Niccol In Time - Time has replaced capital, and life runs out for those with nothing left on their clock. Jeff Nichols Take Shelter - A construction contractor struggles with the recession and his worsening grip on reality.
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Should have won a Grammy and Academy award for best original score, as well as for best picture. William Ross, a composer, has immense talent for this beautiful and unforgettable soundtrack. One person found this helpful. I know the movie was only a fantasy but I thought it was really well done. With all the wonderful actors in it, it seemed almost real. But the music is so beautiful and sometimes haunting, that I just had to buy the soundtrack.
Great product! Prompt delivery. Very happy with this transaction. The CD is in great condition. Thanks for your service. It's ridiculous that I have to keep coming back to add words to my review. Whatever happened to "short and sweet"? This is an incredibly beautiful soundtrack that I play over and over again. UPDATED Monday June 20, for grammatical and Structural problems: When I first saw the film I was absolutely enchanted by the music, the film itself is a bit above average, and while enjoyable, it was the music that had me mesmerized, not the film itself much in the same vein as "The Village" , so much so.
I had to get this soundtrack, and I got it for Christmas Not soon enough! I would imagine that this music would be just as enjoyable without having seen the film as well, but after hearing it you'll probably want to see it The case with my brother. From beginning Main title to end Love everlasting this music is very emotional and engaging, and primarily of a Celtic influence, while it does leave you wanting more, I would rather have that than wishing it would end. It is a rare soundtrack that both captures the mood of the film and elevates it simultaneously, which is a very rare feat indeed.
I often dance to these, especially "Jail Break", it is such a dramatic and fun track to do interpretive dance to! Even if your plan is only to listen to and not dance to it, it will be just as an engaging soundtrack, it deserved a best score nod for Oscars, it is one of the best scores of the 's. OK, this is supposed to be a teen flick, right? So how come the beautiful and haunting orchestral score of William Ross stays with me?
Why can I not get those addicting melodies out of my head? I haven't been a teenager is many years! As wonderful as the movie was see my review , I say without apology--the music is even better. This enchanting-often dreamy score will sadly be overlooked by Academy Award voters, yet track for track--it is sure to become a classic in the annals of Disney musical productions. Like the film itself, the tracks are short, sweet, and memorable.
From the eerie whistling theme of 'Main Title', to the string-ballad oh so beautiful! Only 'Cave Dance'--as does the scene in the film, seems woefully out of place. If you think a 'teen flick' with such an improbable name could hardly feature a score this beautiful, perhaps you need to see the film.
But see it or not, if you want to just sit back, close your eyes and appreciate one of the loveliest musical scores in many, many years--this one is it. Thank you, Mr. This is magnificent! Tuck Everlasting, unlike most Disney films, boasts a fantastic production sensibility. From it's cinematography to art and costume design, and there's the score. I was particularly taken by this score after seeing the film and bought the CD after the showing.
And judging by it, I can see composer William Ross rising through the ranks as a real talent. The music is beautiful. The theme being a hauntingly simple music box tune from the book. The whole score retains a simplicity and folk sound, though it has it's share of "swelling" moments, beautifully performed with strings galore. But the music is never overdone. Whether its a big orchestral scene or just a piano solo and melody.
It uses rhythm, sometimes brings in acoustic guitars and fiddle and other such folksy instruments. All in all, this is a wonderful soundtrack to listen to straight through as opposed to skipping around track to track. It's haunting, it's sad especially after seeing the film, which I highly recommend, or reading the book , stirring, and refreshing. It captures a time gone by and a timelessness, which the book is, after all, about.
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