Saturday Night and Sunday Morning
Dir. Karel Reisz (1960). One of the key works of the British cinema's post-war renaissance, Reisz's first feature owes a good deal of its success to the fine performance by Albert Finney as a young factory worker who lashes out at the bleak working-class horizons to which he has been bred.
Sun., Sept. 6, 5 p.m., 2009
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