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Kes - Film Rental [SD] now 99p @ Amazon Video (Prime Members)

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A classic film and well worth a watch at 99p, you'll need to be a Amazon Prime Member to get this price. Once purchased, you'll have 30 days to start watching, once you do start watching i.e click 'play', you'll then have 48 hours to finish the film.

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Acclaimed drama from director Ken Loach following a young boy from a working-class Northern town who begins training a falcon to find relief from his problems. Billy (David Bradley) appears to have little hope in his life. He is bullied by his brother and neglected by his mother, while his inability to pay attention at school suggests he is destined for a future spent working in the harsh conditions of the local mine. The discovery of a young kestrel falcon is an important event in his life. Caring for and training Kes becomes a positive way for him to express himself and, with the help of his English teacher, Mr Farthing (Colin Welland), Billy even begins reading books on falconry so he can take better care of his pet. However, as the problems at home continue, will Billy be allowed to develop his natural affinity with Kes?

Directors Ken Loach
Starring Colin Welland, David Bradley, Brian Glover
Genres Drama
Subtitles None Available
Audio Languages English

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Hands up, who all got excited when they saw the large TV being pushed into English Class and then watching this?

Pretty sure we read the book also
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Head like an orange
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Reeves and Mortimer version ..
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    Outstanding.
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    I'll be Bobby Charlton.
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    Bo-Selecta
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    Head like an orange
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    Reeves and Mortimer version ..
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    Saw this at the local ABC when I was 12!
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    Hands up, who all got excited when they saw the large TV being pushed into English Class and then watching this?

    Pretty sure we read the book also
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    Seen are Billy
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    This and 1984 the same day..is there an agenda here? What's next? Animal Farm??
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    My school games teacher was just like the one in Kes...
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    Brilliant work from Ken Loach
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    Great film. Hated his brother
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    Joe90_guy12/11/2021 16:42

    My school games teacher was just like the one in Kes...


    Think they all were!
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    saxo_appeal12/11/2021 16:14

    Hands up, who all got excited when they saw the large TV being pushed into …Hands up, who all got excited when they saw the large TV being pushed into English Class and then watching this?Pretty sure we read the book also


    Me me me !
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    Oh wow! Theres a flash back!
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    saxo_appeal12/11/2021 16:14

    Hands up, who all got excited when they saw the large TV being pushed into …Hands up, who all got excited when they saw the large TV being pushed into English Class and then watching this?Pretty sure we read the book also


    Was literally discussing this earlier!

    Good to see you Saxo
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    Kestrel Super back in the day.
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    Those shorts he had on for the football,brilliant
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    I will buy this I haven't seen this for ages.
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    When they showed it in America they had to put subtitles on it….
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    It’s a classic, no doubt. But rather grim. I’d have to be in a very particular mood to watch it again.
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    Hands off cocks, on socks.
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    We got made to watch this in English class a long time ago and I'll always, always remember how depressing it was. I still think it affects a few people I know that watched it. Don't watch it
    Edited by: "LanzaJet" 13th Nov 2021
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    It's like poetry, this deal.
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    Bloody awful film.
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    Thee wet lad
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    Ace film, the P.E class is pure comedy.
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    What do you think you are, lad, an ape?
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    Groovii.D13/11/2021 07:13

    Bloody awful film.


    Bloody brilliant film.

    LanzaJet13/11/2021 00:37

    We got made to watch this in English class a long time ago and I'll …We got made to watch this in English class a long time ago and I'll always, always remember how depressing it was. I still think it affects a few people I know that watched it. Don't watch it


    I find that odd. Yes it's a sad movie towards the end but very funny in other parts. It also made me appreciate the simple things in life.
    Edited by: "Bubbles_Jones" 13th Nov 2021
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    jgtuk12/11/2021 16:50

    Brilliant work from Ken Loach


    Does he ever do anything else? A true living legend.
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    Love it, I remember reading the book in English class, don’t think I’ve ever seen the film
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    "Mere fodder for the mass media."

    Not the easiest watch, but one you should watch.
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    Filmed down the road in Barnsley. One of my work friends was in it. Great film , different era.
    Edited by: "gordo1964" 13th Nov 2021
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