Really, really enjoyed this.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Ken Loach’s latest narrative feature is a typically Ken Loach affair – a dogged portrayal of working class life in contemporary Britain – and how easy it is to find your world collapsed right under your feet, and the sudden spiral down which one slips, from which it is impossible to recover.
That might sound grim, but the fact is that I, Daniel Blake is an absorbing and heartfelt film. Dave Johns gives an awards-caliber performance as Daniel, a 60-something…