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My Name Is Joe

Released on 17 March 2008

Featuring: Peter Mullan, Louise Goodall & David McKay

Format: DVD | Rating: 15 years & over

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My Name Is Joe is a slice of life so raw that you can see the blood dripping off it and as in real life it mixes humour, passion, tragedy and violence in equal measure. Joe is a recovering alcoholic and has done a few things in his past which he'd rather forget. Like most people he knows, he's out of work but he keeps sane by coaching the self-styled worst football team in Glasgow. When one of Joe's players, Liam, gets involved with some local gangsters a chain of events is set in motion which not only threatens the lives of those concerned but also comes between Joe's budding love affair with social worker Sarah.
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 Ken Loach At His Peak

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This is possibly Loach's best work ever. An absolutely gripping plot line, fantastic performances from Peter Mullan [Joe], Louise Goodall [Sarah] & Peter McKay [Liam] make the viewer feel a part of poverty-stricken Glasgow. As usual with Loach's films, My Name Is Joe focuses on social injustice, in this case drug/alcohol addiction. Up there with Trainspotting. A must see.

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ActorsPeter Mullan, Louise Goodall, David McKay, Anne Marie Kennedy, Gary Lewis, Lorraine McIntosh & David Hayman
DirectorKen Loach
Certificate15 years and over
Year1998
ScreenWidescreen 16.9:1
LanguagesEnglish - Dolby Digital (2.0) Stereo
SubtitlesEnglish For The Hearing Impaired
Duration1 hour 41 minutes (approx)
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.