Ray Winstone on Saturday Night and Sunday Morning | BFI

  • Published on Nov 6, 2014
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    While introducing Saturday Night and Sunday Morning (1960), Ray Winstone discusses his career and working with directors Martin Scorsese, Gary Oldman and Alan Clarke. The actor also remembers growing up in London’s East End after the Second World War and he recalls his family’s early cinema-going habits.
    Ray Winstone was speaking at a screening courtesy of BFI Screen Epiphanies in partnership with American Express®.
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Comments • 33

  • Tina Patton
    Tina Patton 2 months ago +1

    Semi-'ard drama kween, BIG fib Ray was born & bred in east-Lunnen Homerton/Hackney NOT 5-miles sarf in Plaistow! And Brit kids played FREE range WELL into the 19Hateys 'til naZty aunty Esther Rancid scared thick Brits stiff wiv so called 'Stranger Danger' while 96% of serious kid abuse is NON-sex by those they know well NOT strangers - DOH!!

  • Glenn Knowles
    Glenn Knowles 2 months ago

    Proper bloke.

  • Harry Robbins
    Harry Robbins 2 months ago +1

    Saturday Night and Sunday Morning is one of my favourite films of all time. It resonated on a level with me that not many British films have surprisingly, and being British it was great to finally connect with a film from our island on a deeper level than just appreciation. It’s a wonderful film.

  • Haydn Po
    Haydn Po 4 months ago

    Interviewer pathetic.

  • Haydn Po
    Haydn Po 4 months ago


    • leegsy
      leegsy 2 months ago

      Don't mac me off like a two-bob!

  • joxer cat
    joxer cat 5 months ago +3

    Ray Winstone has got to be a better actor as he's matured !.... Legend and class act !

  • Thomas Simmons
    Thomas Simmons 8 months ago

    Wha-ah prince!

  • Philip Haigh
    Philip Haigh 8 months ago +1

    Magnificent Thanks

  • Anthony Webster
    Anthony Webster 9 months ago

    One of our greatest actors.

  • Tom Wilson
    Tom Wilson Year ago

    Jason and the Argonauts sci fi ? er,, whats he on,,

  • vin8162005
    vin8162005 Year ago +5

    Love that leather trenchcoat.

  • lewstone1934
    lewstone1934 Year ago

    I was very disappointed with this interview. I wanted to see this idiot interviewer say something like: "you don't look much to me Carlin!" - and Ray gets up and "goes to work" wiv a sock and pool balls..

  • Terry Osborne
    Terry Osborne Year ago +4

    The Daddy! A British Icon. Thank You BFI!

  • Michael Smith
    Michael Smith Year ago

    He is useless in interviews not at all articulate

  • Little Ninja
    Little Ninja Year ago +1

    Shame his Jimmy Hill talentless offspring got the nepotism free ride

  • Warren C
    Warren C Year ago +4

    Gal Dove. Big, lavabuwl lamax.

  • kez kez
    kez kez Year ago


  • Ben Stevenson
    Ben Stevenson 2 years ago +5

    ray winstone is a cool actor

  • NorthSea0il
    NorthSea0il 2 years ago +5

    Ray is a great actor but fuck me he has been in some shite in recent years, The Sweeney springs to mind

    • mckavitt
      mckavitt Year ago

      NorthSea0il You see the Sweeney as "shite"? It has its moments & good actors, no?

  • London 64
    London 64 2 years ago +7

    The Brilliant Ray Winstone. Top Man.

  • john Walsh
    john Walsh 3 years ago +6

    what does Winston's know about sat night sun morning? he's a cockney.

    • uk uk
      uk uk 2 months ago

      Film was set in Nottingham, radford

    • Shaun Maguire
      Shaun Maguire 7 months ago

      he did live up north for abit in the early 80s when he was younger near manchester i think n he said in his book how hard it was up there to find work compared to down south

    • Vantheman 12
      Vantheman 12 Year ago

      john Walsh influence

  • kingofvintage
    kingofvintage 4 years ago +5

    Love Ray Wintone, I could see and feel that this was a very tense and awkward interview for both of them. The bit at the end about joint up writing was an attempt at humour by the interviewer, but he was clearly so on edge by that point that he spoke without giving it any thought and it turned out unintentionally to be in poor taste and cringeworthy! I think the interviewer was as Ray might say... "A nice enough bloke but a bit of a pillock"

    • Guedingen
      Guedingen 9 days ago

      Well, let's be generous and imagine he was referring to the title, 'Young Winstone'.

  • The Urban Gentry
    The Urban Gentry 4 years ago +21

    An absolute legend and personal hero. thanks BFI, nice one!

    • M.A. Nathaniel
      M.A. Nathaniel 3 years ago +1

      +The Urban Gentry Second it !

    • The Urban Gentry
      The Urban Gentry 4 years ago +1

      +James McEwan Wow! How rude and disrespectful! Firstly, its not his roles as a criminal that makes me respect him. He has an outstanding body of work, from his role in Oldman's classic "Nil By Mouth" to Roth's "Warzone" and even a few comedy gems with the Primrose hill collective. Sure he plays a lot of "hard man" roles, which I might add are always EXCELLENT, but what have YOU DONE thats better?!?!?
      Secondly, I find it rather cowardly to post rude comments about such a talented artist that I know for a fact your wouldn't dare say to his face. Who's the "ignoramus" now? eh? SMH