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“I was blind to the differences in what life looked like for me, my friends, and family, in comparison to someone living in a middle-class world.”

By August 29, 2021No Comments

Jordanne Jones traces her own relationship with class and examines depictions of working class in film  

TW: Suicide

Depicting the Irish working class in film; when is it done right and when is it done wrong? This question deserves a long answer that I will have written in a book in stores for you all one day with a bit of luck. But for now, we gambled with watching two films this week that represent the working class, Veronica Guerin (2003) and Sorry We Missed You (2019). So, here’s . . .

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