July 11, 1997 in Seven

‘Brassed Off’ Story Of Yorkshire Miners

By The Spokesman-Review

There’s a whole school of film about Britain’s labor problems, from the 1985 immigration study “My Beautiful Laundrette” to the as-yet unreleased unemployment comedy “The Full Monty.” “Brassed Off” belongs to the same genre, being the story of Yorkshire miners who may be professionally “redundant” but who boast a championship-quality brass band. Question is: Can one outlast the other? , DataTimes ILLUSTRATION: Photo

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