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Loach’s second feature is a touching but unsentimental story of an alienated working-class teenage boy (David Bradley) who finds companionship and an escape from reality when he begins to care for and train a wild kestrel. A perfect depiction of the realities of working-class British life, it also forms a trinity with The 400 Blows and Zero for Conduct for all-time great phys-ed scenes.