Eureka Entertainment to release Kes, Ken Loach’s quintessential portrait of working-class Northern England and his most beloved and influential film, as part of the Masters of Cinema Series in a definitive l and empathy the day-to-day existence of a working-class 15-year-old boy in Barnsley (an unforgettable performance by David Bradley), and the profound change that the rearing of a kestrel brings to his otherwise troubled home life, Kes has enchanted generations of viewers since its release.
A rich, gently poetic work, filled with Loach’s trademark respect for his characters and astonishing skill at eliciting performances, The Masters of Cinema Series is proud to present the film in a definitive Blu-ray special edition.
SPECIAL FEATURES including:
- Beautiful high-definition restoration, supervised by Ken Loach and director of photography Chris Menges
- Uncompressed PCM audio
- Original British soundtrack and international, partially dubbed soundtrack
- Original theatrical trailer
- New and archival interviews with cast and crew
- A booklet featuring new writing on the film and archival material