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یکشنبه, 18 مهر 1389 ساعت 23:46

دو فيلم ديدنى از كن لوچ! مطلب ویژه

altکن لوچ، کارگردان فيلم و تلويزيون و فعال سياسی-اجتماعی، متولد ۱۹۳۶ در بريتانياست و به خاطر ساخت فيلم‌هايی در ژانر «رئاليسم اجتماعی» شهرتی جهانی دارد. او فيلم‌سازی را در دهه ۶۰ با ساخت فيلم‌های مستند تلويزيونی آغاز کرد. فيلم مستند «کتی به خانه بيا» ساخته کن لوچ در مورد بی‌خانمان‌ها در سال ۱۹۶۶، باعث تغييرات برخی قوانين مربوط به بی‌خانمان‌ها در بريتانيا شد. این کارگردان بریتانیایی با ساخت ۴۴ فيلم ، تا کنون ۶۷ جايزه معتبر بين المللی از جمله نخل طلای کن را از آن خود کرده است. از ديگر فيلم‌های او می توان به «بادی که در علف‌زار می‌پيچد»، «بوسه گرم»، «زندگی خانوادگی»، «زمين و آزادی»، «نام من، جو» و «آهنگ کارلا» اشاره کرد. صلاح ايراندوست

Land And Freedom

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1936. David an unemployed young man, leaves Liverpool to join the fight against Fascism in the early days of the Spanish Civil War. He joins an international section of the Republican Militia on the Aragon front where he experiences the trials and anguish of the war.
Wounded, he convalesces in Barcelona and is caught in the conflict on the Republican side between the Communist Party and his revolutionary comrades in the militia.
The resolution of this conflict and David's return to the front may seem tragic but his belief in the possibility of revolutionary change is unshaken. His story is revealed only after his death, sixty years later, in letters discovered by his granddaughter.

The Flickering Flame
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When Liverpool dockworkers refused to go against their sworn beliefs and cross a picket line, all five hundred were sacked on the spot. On powerful form, Ken Loach reveals the betrayal of these men by the industry they dedicated their lives to.
"They're destroying our culture, generations of culture," one worker on the Mersey Docks and Harbour Company's decision to replace the Dockers with casual labour. No right to sick pay or holiday, and men on call for shifts, some twelve hours long. And if there's no work, sent home with no pay. "There's going to be nothing for Christmas this year," despairs one wife as she fights back tears. This is the story of the years-long dispute in which workers were even deserted by the bureaucratic bosses of their own Trade Unions. Retired Dockers express their fears that "If they lose, everything we fought for is gone". This is a priceless document charting a crucial episode in the history of the British working class, touching for its portrayal of the dignity with which Dockers fought their ground.

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