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Genre: Drama

Duration: 100 Minutes

Rating: R

I, Daniel Blake – Ciné-Psych

The story of Daniel Blake, a 59-year-old carpenter who, after suffering a heart attack, struggles to navigate the complexities of the British welfare system. With heartfelt performances, Loach’s film explores themes of identity, dignity and resilience whilst highlighting how system obstacles can impact mental well-being.

Part of the 2023 Ciné-Psych: Mental Health Film and Arts Series

The Ciné-Psych film team and their collaborators return to the Westdale Theatre to bring you another film and arts series focused on themes of Social Justice and Mental Health. The series will encompass feature film screenings, poetry, theatrical productions, original Ciné-Psych short films and the screening event for “Change the Script” a newly created, International Mental Health and Social Justice Short film festival.

All screenings will be followed by audience panel discussions.

All tickets include a small popcorn.