- Acting of Lead Performers
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- s peach
I remember the film so well I was in a scene, where kids playing in the background as Arthur enters the shop with 5 pounds in his hand .watch the film brings back some good memories for me .good days they where to.
Saturday Night and Sunday Morning
One of the best 'Kitchen Soap drama's.' Finney excels as a misogynistic factory worker who lives to drink and flirt with Roberts and Field. Grim, fascinating, short running time; but can be empty and difficult to care about the characters. Rebellious, mature and not sentimental. I give it a 4/5.
I Love this Film!
It gives you a real glimpse into post-war England. Scrumptuosly acted by Albert Finney!
SATURDAY NIGHT AND SUNDAY MORNING
First time ever seeing this movie, I was drawn in by the black and white footage and the intriguing intelligence of an accent. I thought this film was splendid!
Brush up on your native English!
Fab time capsule of socio-economic middle-class life in postwar Great Britain. The dialogue is so genuinely working-class English that it proves challenging at times for the American ear. Finney is a lovable protagonist in spite of his self-destructive, self-centered ways. The desolate landscape of the postwar British industrial city is shot at its best, revealing how tough everyday life for people was during that time of recovery.