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Saturday night and Sunday morning

A young factory worker spends weekends in a local pub drinking and brawling. After a sobering affair with the wife of a fellow worker, he decides to marry his girlfriend, hoping he can still maintain some of his identity.

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  • "A young factory worker spends weekends in a local pub drinking and brawling. After a sobering affair with the wife of a fellow worker, he decides to marry his girlfriend, hoping he can still maintain some of his identity."@en
  • "A study of social disillusionment within the welfare state."@en
  • "A Nottingham factory worker is dissatisfied with his lot, gets into trouble through an affair with a married woman, but finally settles for convention."@en
  • "Arthur Seaton, a Nottingham factory worker, lives for drink and women. "What I want", he says, "is a good time. All the rest is propaganda." Arthur has a passionate affair with Brenda and while it is in full swing he picks up Doreen. But the end of the affair with Brenda is a signal for Arthur to take stock; the "Saturday night" of his life is drawing to a close and he has to face his own "Sunday morning.""@en
  • "Arthur Seaton, a Nottingham factory worker, lives for drink and women. "What I want", he says, "is a good time. All the rest is propaganda." Arthur has a passionate affair with Brenda and while it is in full swing he picks up Doreen. But the end of the affair with Brenda is a signal for Arthur to take stock; the "Saturday night" of his life is drawing to a close and he has to face his own "Sunday morning.""
  • "A amoral young man stuck in a factory job is having an affair with the wife of a co-worker. Frustrated by his economic confines, he drinks up much of his paycheck on the weekends. He also meets a young girl his own age and his affections begin to shift toward her."
  • "The film is set in the grim industrial streets and factories of Nottingham, where Arthur Seaton spends his days at a factory bench, his Saturday evenings in the local pubs, and his Saturday nights with Brenda, wife of a fellow factory worker."@en
  • "The film is set in the grim industrial streets and factories of Nottingham, where Arthur Seaton spends his days at a factory bench, his Saturday evenings in the local pubs, and his Saturday nights with Brenda, wife of a fellow factory worker."
  • "A young factory worker tries to improve his lot, but after trial and tribulation, settles for convention."@en
  • "A Nottingham factory who is dissatisfied with his lot, gets into troublethrough an affair with a married woman, but finally settles for convention."
  • "In 1950s post-war England, the working classes faced an unappetizing choice between drudgery, degradation, and despair or the materialist blandishments of deadening suburban affluence. Arthur is the prototypical 'angry young man'--outspoken, dissatisfied with the status quo, rebelling against stifling class distinctions--insolent and self-confident, his high wages enable his disdain for following orders and his hard drinking, red-blooded weekends. He is determined to enjoy his freedom as long as he can get away with it, before being trapped by marriage into conformity, surrounded by nappies and rent books in a new housing estate."@en
  • "Een jonge Engelse fabrieksarbeider komt voortdurend in opstand tegen zijn ondergeschikte positie in de door klassenbewustzijn beheerste Britse samenleving."
  • "Albert Finney stars as Arthur, a hardworking factory worker with a fiercely individualist streak and general contempt for the establishment. Arthur's flagrant disregard for the rules, coupled with his amoral attitude towards drinking and womanizing, lands him in hot water when he gets involved with the wife of a fellow factory worker."
  • "A film of the British New Wave, based on Alan Sillitoe's largely autobiographical novel, set in the grim industrial streets and factories of Nottingham, with an anti-establishment, outspoken working class hero."@en
  • "A key film of the British New Wave, and here presented in a brand new print, the film follows the adventures of Arthur Seaton, who works in a grim factory in Nottingham; spending his Saturday nights drinking in the local pub, he wakes up on Sunday mornings with the wife of a fellow factory worker. (1960)."
  • "A young man stuck in a factory job is having an affair with the wife of a co-worker. Frustrated by his economic confines, he drinks up much of his paycheck on the weekends. He also meets a young girl his own age and his affections begin to shift toward her."
  • "Arthur Seaton, a Nottingham factory worker, lives for drink and women. 'What I want', he says, 'is a good time. All the rest is propaganda'. Arthur has a passionate affair with Brenda and while it is in full swing he picks up Doreen. But the end of the affair with Brenda is a signal for Arthur to take stock; the 'Saturday night' of his life is drawing to a close and he has to face his own 'Sunday morning'."
  • "Essentially the character study of a young Nottingham worker determinedly asserting his individuality in the face of his circumstances and the prevailing provincial morality. In its incisive close-up view of an English industrial town and through the strength of the performances (particularly those of Finney and Roberts) it was something of a landmark in the British cinema both for its influence on filmmaking and for its success with audiences."@en
  • "Arthur Seaton, a Nottingham factory worker, lives for drink and women. 'What I want', he says, 'is a good time. All the rest is propaganda'. Arthur has a passionate affair with Brenda and while it is in full swing he picks up Doreen. But the end of the affair with Brenda is a signal for Arthur to take stock; the 'Saturday night' of his life is drawing to a close and he has to face his own 'Sunday morning' (cover)."@en
  • "A young man stuck in a factory job is having an affair with the wife of a co-worker. Frustrated by his economic confines, he drinks up much of his pay at the weekends. He also meets a young girl his own age and his affections begin to shift toward her."
  • "Set in the 1950s in post-war industrial Nottingham, England, a young factory worker is determined to escape from his restricting life, using his high wages to enjoy his freedom as long as he can get away with it."

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  • "Videodiscos DVD"
  • "Feature films"@en
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  • "Drama"@en
  • "Drama"
  • "Film and video adaptations"@en
  • "fiction dramatique (fiction)"
  • "Film adaptations"
  • "Features"
  • "British films"
  • "Comedia"

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  • "Saturday Night And Sunday Morning"
  • "Saturday night and Sunday morning (Film)"
  • "Saturday night and Sunday morning [videorecording]"
  • "Saturday night and sunday morning"
  • "Saturday night and sunday morning [produced by Tony Richardson ; directed by Karel Reisz ; starring Shirley Ann Field ; Albert Finney]"
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