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I, Daniel Blake

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The movie centers on Daniel Blake (Dave Johns), a 59-year-old widowed carpenter who must struggle to navigate the bureaucracy of the British benefits system after an injury leaves him unable to work.
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Entertainment Weekly
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January 05, 2017

Loach's film isn't as stridently political as it probably sounds. These are just proud people who want to be treated with respect.
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Georgia Straight
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May 04, 2017

Sounds a bit dry? I, Daniel Blake is anything but, British humour being the indefatigable thing that it is, especially the finely tuned sarcasm of the eternally depressed north.
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PopMatters
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February 09, 2017

Loach's downtrodden heroes usually find some way to sustain hope, in family or in humor, in individual ingenuity or collective kindness. But this time, the filmmaker's own anger at systemic, interminable inequities threatens to overcome his optimism.
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Film Inquiry
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February 18, 2017

I, Daniel Blake is passionate filmmaking to its very core, as well as the rare art house effort that could stand a chance with mainstream audiences.
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National Post
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May 04, 2017

It will touch all but the most hard-hearted; in fact, I dare you to remain unmoved by its emotional finale.
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Rolling Stone
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January 06, 2017

This new Ken Loach landmark sums up everything that has kept his muckraking motor running for decades. An old-school social realist, the 80-year-old filmmaker again speaks up for the exploited lower classes,
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Toronto Star
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May 04, 2017

A film of empathy, grace and wit that goes a long way to explaining the populist anger so emblematic of these times.
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New Zealand Herald
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February 17, 2017

Told bluntly but with the utmost in dignity and empathy, this is a film that has the power to change minds and shift preconceived perceptions.
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The Atlantic
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February 09, 2017

There's a heightened edge to I, Daniel Blake, an embittered streak of comedy that keeps the otherwise miserable plot from weighing too heavily.
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Under the Radar
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February 10, 2017

An emotionally powerful dissection of a nightmarish system tips into unnecessary polemic, falling short of the state of a nation piece it could have been.
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Associated Press
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January 06, 2017

In the end, the title, seemingly unremarkable, reveals itself as especially poignant. Daniel is crying out for recognition as an "I" -- even if he can't contribute, even if he needs help for a while.
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Globe and Mail
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May 04, 2017

Utimately this political film's sentimentality and transparency detract from its power.
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