I, Daniel Blake on Blu-ray, DVD and digital [read more]
Held at The Royal Society of Arts, London, a roundtable discussion took place with Ken Loach, the director of the BAFTA Award for Outstanding British film - I, DANIEL BLAKE - where themes from the film such as government benefit sanctions, the use of food banks and changes in social responsibilities were discussed by significant spokespeople from each of these fields.
The discussion took place to mark I, DANIEL BLAKE - the astonishing story of triumph and adversity in modern day Britain - releasing on Blu-ray and DVD - OUT NOW!
At the clip above, Ken Loach reflects on a cancer patient who fell and refused to get in to an ambulance, even though he was bleeding heavily, through sheer fear of missing a job centre appointment. Ken blames Iain Duncan Smith and says he and the cabinet who voted should be excoriated.