'You give Don a voice': courier's widow praises Ken Loach film

Gig economy film Sorry We Missed You is partly inspired by the death of Ruth Lane’s husband

There is a scene in Sorry We Missed You, Ken Loach’s new film about a parcel courier driven to the brink by his brutal gig economy job, when his wife finally loses patience with his ruthless depot controller and screams at him to give her disintegrating husband a break.

“Isn’t that funny,” whispered Ruth Lane as she watched the first UK public screening on Sunday night in Brighton. “I went into the depot office and shouted at Don’s manager, complaining that he didn’t have time to eat. I said you are bloody killing him. You are working him so hard.”

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Source: Guardian GiG Economy

'You give Don a voice': courier's widow praises Ken Loach film

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