Keswick Film Festival

My Name Is Joe

Director: Ken Loach Country: UK
Cert: 15 Year: 1998 Length: 105 mins
2007 Festival
My Name Is Joe

Audience Reaction

Score: 89.39% Attendance: 56

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Peter Mullan won Best Actor at Cannes for his 'raw, utterly believable performance' (Edward Guthmann, SF Chronicle) as a recovering ex-drunk. Joe lives on the edge. Love and lyalty give him hope, but society and his own nature often work against him. Loach vividly portrays Glasgow working-class life in a morality tale with no easy answers.





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