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In his first starring role, Albert Finney gained international acclaim for his impressive (TheNew Yorker) portrayal of Arthur Seaton, a rebellious factory worker who lives only for his wild, carefree nights at the pub. A remarkable and influential drama that captures the despair of working class life, Saturday Night and Sunday Morning is 'superbly enacted [and] one of the best ofBritain's 'angry young men dramas of the 60s. (Leonard Maltin). The sights and sounds of industrial Nottingham resonate with a grimy thud as Arthur Seaton works his tedious factory job. Through ale, women and practical jokes, he vents his frustrations against the establishments of work and marriage until his reckless ways lead him to a night that changes his life. Forced to reevaluate his convictions, Arthur must decide exactly what he stands for
This was a good move, but Albert Finney is not Marlon Brando (the movie trailer).Published 23 days ago by J. R. Jones
My favorite living actor is the great and very handsome Albert Finney, and this is one of Finney's first films, if not his first. Read morePublished 6 months ago by C. Ferrante
This is one of the 'angry young men' movies made in England in the 1950s and early 1960s The reason I gave this film 4 stars instead of 5 is because I feel Look Back In Anger is a... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Tony Marquise Jr.
I loved this movie, I always enjoy english movies, the older ones are very good, Albert is great in this one.Published on June 30, 2013 by pickwick63
I was looking for this movie for sometimes as I could not remember the title... It was as good as my memory told me!
I enjoyed it again. Good actors performance.
Saturday Night And Sunday Morning (1960) Is The Best "Angry Young Man" Movie Of All.
Saturday Night And Sunday Morning (1960) starring Albert Finney, Shirley Anne Field,... Read more
"Saturday Night and Sunday Morning," (1960) is another black and white, taut 89 minute, British classic, a raw melodrama. Read morePublished on February 24, 2012 by Stephanie De Pue