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Free cinema tickets to Sorry We Missed You - Mon, 21 Oct 2019 at 6:30pm
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Free cinema tickets to Sorry We Missed You - Mon, 21 Oct 2019 at 6:30pm

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It's depressing to me there are people who dislike a film just because it's dark and grim. Not all movies need to be superheroes and car crashes. Films used to tell stories, and nowadays it's all about who has the most advanced CGI studio working for them.

What's more the film is based around the real story of a DPD delivery driver, who was fined for missing work for being ill, and ended up dying from his untreated diabetes after working a heavy December delivering Christmas gifts. If you read the interviews with the widow, she said they had to tone the story down because people may have found the actual story too much of an exaggeration.

And to stop you assuming I'm 29 and not in my 60s
Edited by: "liuruiorp" 16th Oct 2019
I saw it last night at Greenwich Odeon.

It is only depressing because people don't like the real world, how hard it is for people to keep their family intact.

I personally know how it is to be in a such hardship and I am sure you too.


I recommend all of you watch it and

Next time a delivery person(Not the Amazon robot) comes to you with your parcel please ask him/her How are you? How has your day been?

I also had an email from the promoter to pass on the details to my family and friends go and with it. It is 7.8 on IMDB.

weticketit.com/see…536

If the link doesn't work try the code XHK9RMG3M at seeitfirst.com

You might have to try it twice before it works.


Please watch it and appreciate the hard ship these delivery guys have to go through.
Edited by: "dalipsinghno1" 16th Oct 2019
A very depressing movie , but sadly it highlights how the working class people are being exploited in today's Britain with zero hour contracts and workers rights being taken away slowly .. how we have allowed successive governments (whom we elect )to do this to us is just shocking ..
Saw it last night, brilliant. Ken always leaves you thinking. My main thought is that we are the neo-victorians, slave labour, servant classes and relying on charitable donations to keep people alive. All the while shocked by the rising crime rate, violence and extremism. If people are not born bad then this society will certainly lead them that way.
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sowotsdis16/10/2019 13:20

The code you entered is not valid


When it tells you 'you are using a unique x code' it'll prompt to re-enter the code and provide an X in the box. Just re-enter the code so that it looks exactly like this: XXTV3OFSZ
Edited by: "stickyapple" 16th Oct 2019
Code not valid as it’s unique (or not.....!!)
Code is unique to email address so unable to use.
Must be crap if they are giving away tickets
Code not valid, but thanks I guess!
If you re-enter the code after the initial unique X code message it should work...But anyway there's actually loads of tickets and codes to this movie but as some are struggling to get them working, I'm not going to make new posts...another code you could use is XCHEF5DO6 and there are also free tickets for a showing Tue 22nd Oct 6.30pm (all cinemas have availability) via this link: weticketit.com/see…412 (if you're using Chrome, open the link in an incognito window for it to work otherwise you'll get the maintenance message).
Edited by: "stickyapple" 16th Oct 2019
Even if the tickets free, it's not worth the hassle of travelling to the cinema, parking and then paying for fuel, snacks. Plus it's probably going to be a complete waste of 2 hours of my time, rather spend 2 hours of my free time with my kids playing toys. Just saying, not criticising the deal.
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stickyapple16/10/2019 14:01

If you re-enter the code after the initial unique X code message it should …If you re-enter the code after the initial unique X code message it should work...But anyway there's actually loads of tickets and codes to this movie but as some are struggling to get them working, I'm not going to make new posts...another code you could use is XCHEF5DO6 and there are also free tickets for a showing Tue 22nd Oct 6.30pm (all cinemas have availability) via this link: https://www.weticketit.com/seeitfirst/booking/Event/detail/LUL68412 (if you're using Chrome, open the link in an incognito window for it to work otherwise you'll get the maintenance message).



From where do you get the codes? I am registered but they never send me anything!
mgdeal16/10/2019 14:18

From where do you get the codes? I am registered but they never send me …From where do you get the codes? I am registered but they never send me anything!


Probably not allowed to say here (anti-competitive). PM me instead
floweritup16/10/2019 13:51

Code not valid, but thanks I guess!


My wife and mother in law saw it last night and said it was rubbish, depressing and the film just suddenly ended with no end to the story. They did think of just walking out mid film.
ncd16/10/2019 14:44

My wife and mother in law saw it last night and said it was rubbish, …My wife and mother in law saw it last night and said it was rubbish, depressing and the film just suddenly ended with no end to the story. They did think of just walking out mid film.


I guess that’s why that title
Oh, so when I post this it gets thrown off as the code is unique to my email invite. Ho hum.

Great film, by the way, no matter what the philistines above say.
Saw it last night, brilliant. Ken always leaves you thinking. My main thought is that we are the neo-victorians, slave labour, servant classes and relying on charitable donations to keep people alive. All the while shocked by the rising crime rate, violence and extremism. If people are not born bad then this society will certainly lead them that way.
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ajarnadam.sainy16/10/2019 13:50

Must be crap if they are giving away tickets


they're normally very good movies, it's just that they struggle to sell, so the studio gives away preview tickets and hope to gain good word of month promotion in return.
I saw it last night at Greenwich Odeon.

It is only depressing because people don't like the real world, how hard it is for people to keep their family intact.

I personally know how it is to be in a such hardship and I am sure you too.


I recommend all of you watch it and

Next time a delivery person(Not the Amazon robot) comes to you with your parcel please ask him/her How are you? How has your day been?

I also had an email from the promoter to pass on the details to my family and friends go and with it. It is 7.8 on IMDB.

weticketit.com/see…536

If the link doesn't work try the code XHK9RMG3M at seeitfirst.com

You might have to try it twice before it works.


Please watch it and appreciate the hard ship these delivery guys have to go through.
Edited by: "dalipsinghno1" 16th Oct 2019
A very depressing movie , but sadly it highlights how the working class people are being exploited in today's Britain with zero hour contracts and workers rights being taken away slowly .. how we have allowed successive governments (whom we elect )to do this to us is just shocking ..
ketsunoanna16/10/2019 15:35

Saw it last night, brilliant. Ken always leaves you thinking. My main …Saw it last night, brilliant. Ken always leaves you thinking. My main thought is that we are the neo-victorians, slave labour, servant classes and relying on charitable donations to keep people alive. All the while shocked by the rising crime rate, violence and extremism. If people are not born bad then this society will certainly lead them that way.



Personal experience says if the bringing up is correct then no matter how hard the living conditions are no one will fall in to the crime trap. Those who do divert into crime or ASB then the family can show then the correct path and bring the kids back on the path.
Edited by: "dalipsinghno1" 16th Oct 2019
ncd16/10/2019 14:44

My wife and mother in law saw it last night and said it was rubbish, …My wife and mother in law saw it last night and said it was rubbish, depressing and the film just suddenly ended with no end to the story. They did think of just walking out mid film.


I did see someone do that when there massive bowl of popcorn ran out 30-40 mins in.

I thought I was funny because I couldn't get connected with it and there is some humour, true that I was falling asleep multiple times however it was a decent film and I don't regret seeing although it did feel like a BBC drama for TV rather than a movie. A little better than expected.
theediscerning16/10/2019 15:03

Oh, so when I post this it gets thrown off as the code is unique to my …Oh, so when I post this it gets thrown off as the code is unique to my email invite. Ho hum.Great film, by the way, no matter what the philistines above say.


Charming . Just their opinion, just like you have yours....

Oh and just for the record, my in-laws went through hell and back lost their house, struggled in every way to make ends meet and more, which is why, when things like the free cinema tickets come up like the OP kindly posted, I give them to my in-laws. My father in law was unfortunately not well enough to go so my wife went.
Edited by: "ncd" 16th Oct 2019
ncd16/10/2019 17:10

Charming . Just their opinion, just like you have yours....Oh and …Charming . Just their opinion, just like you have yours....Oh and just for the record, my in-laws went through hell and back lost their house, struggled in every way to make ends meet and more, which is why, when things like the free cinema tickets come up like the OP kindly posted, I give them to my in-laws. My father in law was unfortunately not well enough to go so my wife went.


In my defense, if I need make it, my comment about "people above" was more in response to the idiots pre-judging it as a bad film "because it's free" and the people saying going is "a waste of time and popcorn", or whatever it was they said. I certainly do think the film was not "rubbish", and its depressing nature and lack of ending (spoiler alert) are there for a reason. I don't philistines even get as far as making an opinion, such as the one your family expressed.
ncd16/10/2019 14:44

My wife and mother in law saw it last night and said it was rubbish, …My wife and mother in law saw it last night and said it was rubbish, depressing and the film just suddenly ended with no end to the story. They did think of just walking out mid film.


Thanks for the review
ajarnadam.sainy16/10/2019 13:50

Must be crap if they are giving away tickets


It’s a brilliant Ken Loach film. I saw it last night
it certainly is not a bad movie , however much depressing the story is .. maybe people should spend a couple of minutes reading the storyline before they go to watch these free movies so if its not for them then they allow others who couldn't get tickets to go and watch it.. i remember years ago when i went to watch '' DRIVE '' ( Ryan Gosling ) the two ladies sitting next to me walked out shocked at the level of violence in the movie
Edited by: "girag1847" 16th Oct 2019
For all those who say it is not good or depressing read the lead actress's interview

theguardian.com/fil…ach
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ncd16/10/2019 14:44

My wife and mother in law saw it last night and said it was rubbish, …My wife and mother in law saw it last night and said it was rubbish, depressing and the film just suddenly ended with no end to the story. They did think of just walking out mid film.


when I was given the little card after the film to give my thoughts It pretty much sums it up perfectly in my own way
It's depressing to me there are people who dislike a film just because it's dark and grim. Not all movies need to be superheroes and car crashes. Films used to tell stories, and nowadays it's all about who has the most advanced CGI studio working for them.

What's more the film is based around the real story of a DPD delivery driver, who was fined for missing work for being ill, and ended up dying from his untreated diabetes after working a heavy December delivering Christmas gifts. If you read the interviews with the widow, she said they had to tone the story down because people may have found the actual story too much of an exaggeration.

And to stop you assuming I'm 29 and not in my 60s
Edited by: "liuruiorp" 16th Oct 2019
liuruiorp16/10/2019 21:01

It's depressing to me there are people who dislike a film just because …It's depressing to me there are people who dislike a film just because it's dark and grim. Not all movies need to be superheroes and car crashes. Films used to tell stories, and nowadays it's all about who has the most advanced CGI studio working for them.What's more the film is based around the real story of a DPD delivery driver, who was fined for missing work for being ill, and ended up dying from his untreated diabetes after working a heavy December delivering Christmas gifts. If you read the interviews with the widow, she said they had to tone the story down because people may have found the actual story too much of an exaggeration.And to stop you assuming I'm 29 and not in my 60s


I agree entirely nowadays people are just drowned in CGI's and superheroes which do not exist. This is the real world and to my surprise I didn't know it is based on a real DPD driver and he died. As this film ended where it is I think they could look at the possibility of a sequel where he survives and makes it into the rich world and then becomes himself a CEO of a delivery company where he knows exactly how to treat his employees as humans, in essence showing the delivery world how it should be.....

I think Ken Loach should hire me as a writer for this sequel lol.
Lots of comments about the treatment of delivery driver but sadly the wife fares no better in her treatment from her company. This isalso realistic of the modern system as I knew someone who worked in it, finish one call and the nest second expected to be at the next call 3 miles away at exactly the same time the previous visit finishes.

It is a very good film if you open your mind to the way the modern world has returned to practices that Charles Dickens would be familiar with, at one point I thought it might be a modern take on A Christmas Carol but sadly it is based on much more recent real life experience.
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Edited by: "fluidz" 17th Oct 2019
Ok, seeing as we are all reviewing the film, I thought I'd pitch in.

I work for DPD and my wife is a primary school teacher in a fairly deprived area, so we thought we'd go and watch and have a little compare. The film shows many truths about what it's like to work in this industry and how hard life is. So you can say it's thought provoking. But it is still a dull film with a badly written and acted script, and very poorly edited to the point that I think a GCSE class could have done a better job. My wife kept on asking if we could leave and I wish I'd bowed to her wisdom, but then I wouldn't have been in a position to try and save people from the tedious labour of watching this.
Next time a delivery person(Not the Amazon robot) comes to you with your parcel please ask him/her How are you? How has your day been?

Always do. Delivery people are human beings the same as the rest of us. I always ask a little about their day, lives etc. (Only a little so as not to hold them up, but they know they are welcome to stand a little longer to chat if they need to)

I also take in parcels for as many neighbours as I can. Not so much for their convenience, but because I feel sorry for the couriers who only get paid once no matter how many times they attempt delivery.

They tell me that they wish there was one of me in every street
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