REVIEW | Still the Enemy Within


‘Thirty years sounds like a long time. Still The Enemy Within makes that generational gap all but dissolve, using stirring archival footage and revealing interviews with the miners of the 1984 strike. We gradually come to realise, over the course of this inspirational – and enraging – documentary, that the weight is one we’ve all been carrying, ever since the close of those twelve months of tears, turmoil and toil. Some of us may have just been born a little too late to realise it.’

Check out my review on the cracking documentary Still the Enemy Within at The Quietus (click quote or image above).

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Freelance film critic.



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