More recently there is also Brass and Billy Elliot showing strikes at
coal mines in Britain.....

The Peter Sellers film I'm Alright Jack (1959) was a biting satire of
British trade unionism.  Ken Loach's Bread and Roses is a powerful case
for unionisation in its portrayal of cleaners in LA.  And his
Navigators shows what happens when unions are broken by privatisation
on British railways.....

On Sep 29, 2004, at 1:50 PM, Larsson, Donald F wrote:

> Several films deal with strikes at coal mines in Britain or elsewhere
> including Ford's HOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY and Claude Berri's adaptation
> of Zola's GERMINAL.

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