Watch it while you can. You won't find this searching on youtube.
Chance Of A Lifetime is a film I've waited decades to see again. It's a rare social drama very much of its day, the response of pre-war management to post-war labour demands. If it seems a little stilted or obvious at times, that's because nobody else was making films like this*. It's a strong ensemble work, with many faces familiar to UK film and TV. And it was written, produced and directed by Bernard Miles, he's the gangly one
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of the pair that take over.
As a reflection of attitudes and values of its time, it's a nice job.
* I can think of only two TV programs about basic economics I've watched in my whole lifetime. For a world where we're supposed to understand the economy, most people know nothing of any economic theories.