Poor Cow DVD

Poor Cow DVD
Poor Cow DVD Poor Cow DVD
Based on the novel by Nell Dunn and starring Carol White (the TV series Up the Junction, Cathy Come Home) in the title role, Poor Cow is the story of a young woman in 1960’s London who tries to cope while her husband Tom (John Bindon), a small time thief, is in prison. Clutching at any slight chance of happiness, she has a promiscuous relationship with his best friend Dave (Terence Stamp), which leads to heart breaking consequences. Poor Cow is a poignant, controversial slice of raw social realism, and in true Ken Loach (Kes, The Wind that Shakes the Barley, I, Daniel Blake) style, is an imaginative exploration of the thin line separating fiction and real-life. Poor Cow was Loach’s first feature film and first attempt to bring the social concerns and uncompromising style of his TV work to the big screen.

Special Features
Poor Cow & The British New Wave, Interview With Ken Loach, Interview With Terence Stamp, Interview With Nell Dunn, 1966 Archive Interview With Carol White
Specifications
Aspect Ratio1.66:1
AudioEnglish Mono
BBFC15
Case TypeAmaray Single
CastTerence Stamp,Carol White,John Bindon
ColourColour
DirectorKen Loach
Discs1
FormatDVD
HOH (Hard of Hearing)No
IFCO15
LanguageEnglish
RegionDVD 2
Released2016-07-25
Run Time97
Special Features
Year1967

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