What’s your favorite British working class movie?

Posted: November 20, 2009

Reel 13 Indies host Richard Pena loves films such as “Saturday Night and Sunday Morning” and some of the other British “kitchen sink” movies from the 1960s. Tell us yours in the comment space below.

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  • Laura Haker

    Georgy Girl, Room at the Top, and Love on the Dole

  • John Ost

    Georgy Girl, To Sir With Love, Notting Hill and Four Weddings and a Funeral although in the last one you never really learn what the cast of characters do for a living.

  • Barbra Buckley

    Billy Elliot

  • Carpe Dijon

    Riff-Raff is the first film that comes to my mind. I’ve not seen it since it was in American theaters in the early ’90s and I often remind myself that I’d like to see it again.

  • AF

    My favorites are “Saturday Night and Sunday Morning”, “It Always Rains on Sunday”, and “The Loneliness of the Long-Distance Runner”.

  • Nikki

    Tony Richardson’s 1961 film A Taste of Honey, with Rita Tushingham.

  • Todd

    This Sporting Life

  • gaetano catelli

    Match Point.

  • Stasia

    The Full Monty!

  • sami

    “Secrets & Lies”… does “If…” count?