The club faces a dangerous budget deficit, and members’ worries for the beloved institution mirror larger anxieties about their community. With high unemployment, immigration, and the smoking ban firmly in place, ‘Wibseyites’ feel their very world is under threat. An intimate and revealing film about the state of the white working class in 21st century Britain.
A Century Films production for BBC2
1 x 90 minutesComposerJames Lavino Executive ProducerBrian HillAssistant ProducerRobert MillerFilm EditorBen StarkProduced, Filmed & Directed byHenry Singer
"Singer's film is extraordinarily intimate and moving. Even though we know that the characters hold repellent views, we still have some sympathy for them. The result is a rich, complex depiction of lives rarely shown on television...Brilliant."The Guardian