عنوان مقاله [English]
English Ken Loach's film "I, Daniel Blake" is an English leftist filmmaker who won the Cannes Gold Palm prize. In this film, Ken Loach, while criticizing the eroding bureaucracy of the British social service system, deals with something larger than the administrative bureaucracy; he challenges neoliberalism in a highly poignant, influential political drama. In this study, we attempted to analyze social theories using the film's sociological theories, the last made by Loch. This paper, using two common approaches to film social analysis (reflection and shaping), shows that the film "I, Daniel Blake" is not an accurate "reflection" of British society and has some scribbles, but Ken Loch is aiming at "shaping" public opinion. His main focus was making this film successful. It has also been explained by the theory of "social realism" that, although the film is not an accurate reflection of the filmmaker's intended community, why the film's main character is believable to the viewer, and "I, Daniel Blake," has received critical acclaim. Has it been?