As is evident by the existence of this blog, I spend a lot of time in the cinema but rarely do I think the following is worthily used: important. An important film should, I believe, have the ability to influence major swifts within society outside of the parameters of the industry. I, Daniel Blake is potentially one of those films. By shedding a light on the humanity within an ugly aspect of British society, Ken Loach has created a powerful film that should not fail to move its audience into altering their behaviour and attitude. Or at least that's what my optimism wants to believe.