We will be hosting a movie screening of “Sorry we missed you” by Ken Loach and a discussion on “precarious lives in the gig economy” on 12 November, 6pm, at Belmont Filmhouse.

After his highly acclaimed socio-political drama “I, Daniel Blake”, Ken Loach releases another striking timely tragedy, where on-demand platforms force people into self-entrepreneurship, irregular employment and precarious living conditions. In his new Cannes-celebrated film “Sorry we missed you”, the 83-year old director dives into the reality of working in the so-called ‘gig economy’, the peak of our contemporary neoliberal work culture.

More information about the Movie Screening and Discussion

Co-organized by the Sociology Society and Vicky Kluzik

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