- 109 min
- Directed by: Ken Loach
- Cast: Barry Ward, Simone Kirby, Andrew Scott
- UK release: 30 May 2014
Rural Ireland, 1932: when labour activist and dedicated communist Jimmy (Ward) reopens his local community hall, he comes into conflict with a local priest (Norton). Based on a true story, Loach's film is a bit muted and lacks drama, but if – as he's hinted – it's his last feature, it's a graceful swansong.
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Reviews & features
Jimmy’s Hall27 May 2014
The film Ken Loach has hinted may be his last is a contemplative, tender drama
Ken Loach returns with what may or may not be his final feature film. Either way, Jimmy’s Hall is typical of the 77 year-old director, with its story of a real-life Irish activist, who comes to clash with the authorities. Written again by his prolific…
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