Kes (1969) UK Cinema Quad Poster. Original Vintage folded British Quad Cinema Poster (30" x 40"). Condition is very fine folded. Both the film and the book provide a portrait of life in the mining areas of. Of the time; reportedly, the miners in the area were then the lowest paid workers in a developed country.
The film was produced during a period when the British coal-mining industry was being run down, as gas and oil were increasingly used in place of coal, which led to wage restraints and widespread pit closures. Shortly before the film's release, the Yorkshire coalfield where the film was set, was brought to a standstill for two weeks by.The film was shot on location, including in St. (demolished in 2011); and in and around the streets of. The film contains broad local dialects. And used or knew the dialects. The extras were all hired from in and around Barnsley. The DVD version of the film has certain scenes dubbed over with fewer dialect terms than in the original. In a 2013 interview, director Ken Loach said that, upon its release, United Artists organised a screening of the film for some American executives and they said that they could understand Hungarian better than the dialect in the film. The production company was set up with the name "Kestrel Films". Used this for some of their later collaborations such as. The Save the Children Fund Film. The item "Kes (1969) UK Cinema Quad Poster Classic British Film by Ken Loach" is in sale since Friday, February 21, 2020. This item is in the category "DVDs, Films & TV\Film Memorabilia\Posters\Originals - UK Quads\Pre-1970".
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