Men of the City (2009)

Review: Men of the City (2009)

Director: Marc Isaacs

Plot: In Men of the City, Isaacs takes a more stylised approach to the lives of workers in the City of London during the recent financial meltdown, balancing sensitive portraits of diverse individuals striving to retain their dignity and humanity in the midst of the crisis. Strong human characters are at the heart of all of Isaacs' work, and with these films he continues to create a unique vision of modern Britain.

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DVD of the Week: <i>All White in Barking/Men of the City</i>

DVD of the Week: All White in Barking/Men of the City

I envy Marc Isaacs. Not just because he’s one of the best documentary filmmakers now working in Britain (or anywhere, for that matter), but because he’s found a sympathetic producer in Nick Fraser of the BBC who understands what […]

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