I, Daniel Blake

2016 | UK, France, Belgium | R | 100 min.


State Theatre Tue, Jul 25, 2017 6:00 PM
City Opera House Tue, Jul 25, 2017 7:30 PM
State Theatre Tue, Jul 25, 2017 10:00 PM
Film Info
Section:Opening Night
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Release Year:2016
Runtime:100 min.
Production Country:UK
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Ken Loach
Produced by:Rebecca O'Brien
Screenwriter:Paul Laverty
Cinematography:Robbie Ryan
Editing By:Jonathon Morris
Cast:David Johns
Hayley Squires
Dylan McKiernan
Briana Shann
Kate Rutter


Legendary British director Ken Loach (“The Wind that Shakes the Barley”) won the Palme d’Or—the top prize at the Cannes Film Festival—for this luminous feature film about the impact one individual can have in an indifferent world. Self-reliant Daniel Blake, a 59-year-old carpenter in England, suddenly finds himself in need of government assistance after suffering a debilitating heart attack. But he quickly discovers that the dehumanizing welfare system is set up to deter people from receiving aid, rather than to help those in need. With the assistance of a young single mother he meets during his ordeal, Daniel attempts to stand up and fight the bureaucratic forces stifling his dignity. Brimming with deep humanity, warmth, and compassion—along with tender and true moments of sadness and fury—“I, Daniel Blake” is a triumphant social drama and one of the very best films in recent years.

Buffalo Ridge Center--Home to Lucky's Market and the Imax Experience (Tue)
Dr. Jack R. Williams & Karen Stewart Williams (Tue)
Lola Jackson & Dilys Tosteson Garcia (Tue)
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This film is specially priced for Opening Night:
State Theatre - 6 pm: $50
City Opera House - 7:30 pm - $25
State Theatre - 10 pm: $25