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Movie Screening of Ken Loach's 'Bread and Roses'

22 March 2005

SNAP! Movie Screening of Ken Loach's 'Bread and Roses' 3rd of April, Sunday 7pm @ 128 Abel Smith Street 'The first Loach film I watched and didn't feel the weight of depression sink in to my chest as it progressed.' - JA

BREAD AND ROSES By Ken Loach

Cast: Pilar Padilla, Adrien Brody

UK 2000, 105 min

In Spanish and English

Newly arrived illegal immigrant Maya has just joined her sister on the job as a janitor in a downtown LA office building. Appalled at the work conditions and unfair labor practices, she teams up with Sam, a labor organizer, to fight their ruthless employer. "Bread and Roses" is the story of a group of immigrant workers who take a stand against the million dollar corporations who employ them. Based on true events.

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