“Sally Field is unforgettable as Norma Rae, the Southern millworker who revolutionizes a small town and discovers a power in herself she never knew she had. Under the guidance of a New York unionizer (Ron Leibman) and with increasing courage and determination, Norma Rae organizes her fellow factory workers to fight for better conditions and wages.”
The breaking of a people.
Exploited by two rival capitalist factions, the extermination of the Highlanders marks a prelude to the colonial holocaust of the succeeding century and the victory of King Capital.
1964 film classic.
Scene: The prison rock quarry.
Convict: Please Sir, I’ve broken me ‘ammer.
Chief Warder Kraut (Lionel Jeffries): Leanin’ on it I suppose.
Convict: No, si-
Kraut: Silence! when you’re talkin’ to me!
“Three blue-collar acquaintances come across millions of dollars in lost cash and make a plan to keep their find from the authorities, but it isn’t long before complications and mistrust weave their way into the plan.”
A great film that shows what some people would do in order to escape wage-slavery.