People who like this movie describe it as
Thought-provoking, Original, Hard-hitting, Powerful, Brilliant, Moving, Great Script, Interesting, Clever and A social commentary.
People who like this movie tend to think it's about
Social Communication Disorder, Psychology, Power and Disappointment.
People who like this movie also tend to like movies such as The Wicker Man, Midnight Cowboy, On the Waterfront, In the Heat of the Night, Cool Hand Luke, Fargo, Papillon, The Graduate, The Long Good Friday and O Brother, Where Art Thou?.
People who like this movie are more likely than most to think of themselves as Principled, Strong-willed, Stubborn, Sentimental and Warm. Their general interests are more likely to include Art, International News, Radio, Healthcare and Medicine and Psychology.
This movie is particularly popular among supporters of the Labour Party. This movie is particularly popular among readers of The Independent.
People who like this movie tend to like brands such as Colman's, Lindt, Marmite, Fairy and Green & Black's.
People who like this movie say their favourite actors are: Paul Newman, Jack Nicholson, Steve McQueen, Jodie Foster, Kathy Burke, Peter Sellers, Richard Burton, Richard Beckinsale, Kevin Spacey and Peter Ustinov.
TV programmes shown in the UK they tend to like include I, Claudius, Peter Kay's Phoenix Nights, Morecambe and Wise, The Young Ones, Cracker, The Prisoner, Panorama, The Royle Family, Life on Mars and Absolutely Fabulous. UK TV personalities they tend to like include Derren Brown, John Humphrys, David Attenborough, Patrick Moore and Louis Theroux.
Books they are statistically most likely to enjoy reading are: The Catcher in the Rye, The Grapes of Wrath, Catch-22, The Time Machine, The Jungle Book, Far from the Madding Crowd, Of Mice and Men, Treasure Island, Watership Down and Brave New World.
People who dislike this movie describe it as Moving, Upsetting, Disturbing, Sad, A social commentary, Gritty, Great acting, Thought-provoking and Star-studded.