The Navigators (film)

The Navigators (2002) is a British film directed by Ken Loach, with a screenplay by Rob Dawber. It tells the story of the reactions of five Sheffield rail workers to the privatisation of the railway maintenance organization for which they all work and the consequences for them.

Will HemmingsEdit

  • The days of a job for life are gone.
  • Anyone who stands in the way of change is out.

Bill WaltersEdit

  • [Upon being told to resign or be fired] Choice? What choice?

DialogueEdit

Gerry: 'Elf' and Safety.
Harpic: What do you mean, Health and Safety?
Gerry: Health and Safety.
Harpic: Yeah, well what about health and safety?
Gerry: That clock—
Harpic: Gerry.
Gerry: —shouldn't be in here; this is our mess room.
Harpic: But that clock is not a health and safety issue!

[Gerry plays chess against himself after the workforce leaves.]
Fiona: Ah. Who's winning?
Gerry: Checkmate.
Fiona: Checkmate? What's that mean?
Gerry: Whatever move you make, you lose.
Fiona: [chuckles] Story of my life.

TrailerEdit

  • Imagine what happens when a new world economy changes the face of every job and the future of every worker; when it’s no longer enough just to be good at what you do.
    It’s not the future, it’s now.
  • The Navigators, finding their way... in the new world economy.
  • Imagine you are no longer an asset. Imagine your contract is void. Big business has thrown out the rules. It’s not the future, it’s now.

External linksEdit

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