“If you want to see how, fundamentally, the way people see and treat each other in Britain has not changed in over 160 years watch this film. Some things have changed. People have sewers now, £9 JSA a day, are taught to read, but not really to write or speak. We still look up and down at each other in ways we did then, betray ourselves through our accents, our dress, our work – if we can get a job. It might be theatre but it’s not acting. It’s a blow against the mean low money grabbers.”
Danny Dorling, Professor of Human Geography at Sheffield University

  • Mike and Deirdre are interviewed in the Salford Star here
  • An article for Salford Online by JD, a member of the Ragged Collective, can be found here
  • An article by Mike & Dee in Tribune can be read and downloaded here
  • The Salford Star reviews the film here
  • Salford Online reviews the film here
  • Socialist Review have nice things to say about our film here
  • Red Pepper interview Mike & Dee here
  • Letter from John McDonnell MP here
  • Review from the Bristol Radical Film Festival here
  • Review by Mark Boothroyd for Left Unity here
  • Australia’s Green Left Weekly reviews the film here
  • Review by Katariina Mäkinen for the Lens Politics Film Festival (Helsinki) here
  • Review by Dave Kellaway following a screening for Hackney Left Unity here
  • An essay by Mike Wayne & Deirdre O’Neill on The Condition of the Working Class project here
  • Mike and Dee interviewed about the film for a Turkish film magazine, following a screening of the film at the Labour Film Festival in Istanbul. Click Here