|Sat 20th August||4.30pm|
Dir: Ken Loach | UK | 1967 | 101 mins
Cast: Carol White, Terence Stamp, John Bindon
After Ken Loach’s recent Palme d’Or win for I, Daniel Blake, it’s time to revisit his searing first feature, a landmark in British social realism starring Carol White (Cathy Come Home) as young mother Joy, who falls in love with Dave (Terence Stamp) while her husband (John Bindon) is in jail. Full of ‘60s colour and music,
Poor Cow’s message is still hugely resonant.
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