Ken Loach collaborated with playwright Trevor Griffiths (Comedians) for this underseen political drama about an East German protest singer (played by Gerulf Pannach) who emigrates to the West when he falls foul of the authorities. He arrives to much interest from the media - and a potentially lucrative record contract - but wishes only to be able to perform his songs, and to find his father, another exile, who had left his home country during the 1953 East German uprising.
Ken Loach collaborated with playwright Trevor Griffiths (Comedians) for this underseen political drama about an East German protest singer (played by Gerulf Pannach) who emigrates to the West when he falls foul of the authorities. He arrives to much interest from the media - and a potentially lucrative record contract - but wishes only to be able to perform his songs, and to find his father, another exile, who had left his home country during the 1953 East German uprising.
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Format: Blu-Ray
Label: PWHS
Rel. Date: 04/30/2021
UPC: 5060697920192

Fatherland / (Ltd Uk)
Artist: Fatherland
Format: Blu-Ray
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DISC: 1

1. High Definition remaster
2. Original mono audio
3. Language Barriers (2021): new interview with editor Jonathan Morris
4. Talk About Work (1971): Ken Loach's documentary for the Central Office of Information, photographed by Chris Menges, interviewin
5. Right to Work March (1972): documentary film of a five-week protest march from Glasgow to London that saw the participation of a
6. Image gallery: publicity and promotional material
7. New and improved English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing
8. Limited edition exclusive booklet with a new essay by Frank Collins, an archival interview with Ken Loach, an extract from Loach
9. UK premiere on Blu-ray
10. Limited edition of 3,000 copies

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Ken Loach collaborated with playwright Trevor Griffiths (Comedians) for this underseen political drama about an East German protest singer (played by Gerulf Pannach) who emigrates to the West when he falls foul of the authorities. He arrives to much interest from the media - and a potentially lucrative record contract - but wishes only to be able to perform his songs, and to find his father, another exile, who had left his home country during the 1953 East German uprising.