The uberization of work seen by Ken Loch? The film told by its actors on video, it’s here.
Ricky (Kris Hitchen), Abby (Debbie Honeywood) and their two children live in Newcastle. Abby works for elderly people at home while Ricky goes through low-paying jobs. One day, he decides to start his own business and it is the beginning of the descent into hell in the society of excessive uberization. The movie of Ken Loach, Sorry We Missed You (in competition at Cannes in 2019) is far from being a comedy. We discussed it with its main actors that year at another festival, in Dinard, and we are sharing the video, as well as our review of this striking brulot, on the occasion of its broadcast this evening, on France 3, as part of the Cannes Festival special cycle of France Télévisions.
Sorry we missed you: precise, sharp and refined [Critique]