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Alfre Woodard: ‘We want all those with a stake in the death row business to see this film’ | Film | The Guardian

The focus of Black Lives Matter protests has inevitably fallen on the most visible injustice – instances of police brutality. More systemic racial disparities in the American penal system are … Continue reading

07/19/2020

I, Daniel Blake review – Ken Loach’s quiet rage against injustice | Film | The Guardian

This powerful parable about the failings of the benefits system avoids irony and cynicism and treats its troubled characters with humour and humanity Source: I, Daniel Blake review – Ken … Continue reading

10/20/2016 · Leave a comment