CANNES 2019: SORRY WE MISSED YOU BY KEN LOACH
By Mónica Delgado
Ken Loach is up for his third Golden Palm with Sorry we missed you, a film of work labor treated as a family melodrama. Everything seemed to link this film to the “soap opera” I, Daniel Blake, hinting to a diptych, since they both have male leads living the transgressions of a system which doesn’t protect the worker. However, the bad taste that his 2016 film left crumbles in the first minutes, to promise a disenchanted tale about this fad of the franchise job (Uber, Glovo and such), but this time in the stage of a business that delivers packages in some city of the United Kingdom.