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(49086) 7.9 100 min 2016

I, Daniel Blake is a movie starring Dave Johns, Hayley Squires, and Sharon Percy. After having suffered a heart-attack, a 59-year-old carpenter must fight the bureaucratic forces of the system in order to receive Employment and...

Starring
Hayley Squires, Dave Johns, Briana Shann, Sharon Percy
Genres
Drama
Director
Laura Obiols, Ken Loach

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama
Director Laura Obiols, Ken Loach
Writer Paul Laverty
Stars Hayley Squires, Dave Johns, Briana Shann, Sharon Percy
Country Belgium, France, UK
Also Known As 我是布萊克, 我是布莱克, Moi, Daniel Blake, Ja, Danijel Blejk, Ben, Daniel Blake, Jag, Daniel Blake, Anni, Daniel Blake, Én, Daniel Blake, Eu, Daniel Blake, Ich, Daniel Blake, Io, Daniel Blake, Ja, Daniel Blake, Jeg, Daniel Blake, Yo, Daniel Blake, Εγώ ο Ντάνιελ Μπλέικ, わたしは、ダニエル・ブレイク
Runtime 1H 40M
Description Having recently suffered a major heart attack at work, Newcastle's 59-year-old widowed carpenter Daniel Blake has been ordered by his doctors to stay out of any vigorous action and rest, however, after a negative employment support assessment, he is deemed ineligible for compensation, not scoring enough points to obtain benefits. Without any income or a pension, desperate and frustrated from the endless, dead-end conversations over the phone with the impersonal government health-care agents, Daniel will visit the welfare office to make an appeal, only to face in person the draconian civil servants and to be consumed by a faceless system and its bureaucratic jargon. Against all odds, with perseverance and courage, Daniel Blake, as an original, modern working-class hero, he will boldly stand up for himself and for those in need, withstanding nobly the humiliation while reminding that, above all, we are human by default.

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