Saturday Night and Sunday Morning evaluation action

2022-07-04 19:00
"Saturday Night and Sunday Morning" is an early representative work of British angry youth and one of the representative works of the British New Wave in the 1960s. It reflects youth and rebellion and promotes the development of British New Wave films. Although this film is not a documentary, it continues the spirit of British free film. Through the image of the protagonist Arthur, the director depicts the weekend life of British workers, and the film is sharp and not lacking in comedy.    .Review)
"Saturday Night and Sunday Morning" is director Karel Reisz's first feature film. The director used a subjective lens to truly express the image of a prodigal son living in the British lower society on the screen, which left a deep impression on the audience   .
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Saturday Night and Sunday Morning quotes

  • Arthur Seaton: Look I'll go and see me Aunt Ada, she'll know what to do, she's had 14 kids of her own and I'm sure she's got rid of as many others.

  • Bert: Did you get anywhere?

    Arthur Seaton: No, you?

    Bert: Nah, that Betty's barmy, she wouldn't let me get near her. Tell you, you've got to marry them these days before you get aught.

    Arthur Seaton: Not if they're already married.

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