The British director Ken Loach will be 80 years old in June, and he has worked in film and television for more than 50 of those years, but with his bone-deep
empathy for the desperate and the downtrodden, you may almost feel that he was put on earth to make a dramatic feature about the current economic moment.
One of the first people who confirmed the death of the director, Vice Ganda said that the pain he is felt is bone-deep
The complicated trappings of identity, it suggests, are irrelevant to the bone-deep
bonds of family.
When he arrived at hospital, doctors found a 10cm wide, bone-deep
wound on his head.
In hospital, doctors found a 10cm-wide, bone-deep
wound on his head.
For the thousands of people of the central Indian city of Bhopal who survived the world's worst industrial disaster only to end up with permanent disabilities, the government of India's decision last week to increase their financial compensation as well as revise the survivor lists before the 30th anniversary of the catastrophe is thin salve over a bone-deep
Second, you've got a large group of people who are bone-deep
suspicious of globalization, what it does to their jobs and their communities.
Told in alternating voices, Carry the Sky captures the bone-deep
pain of loss and isolation.
Paroled Confederate cavalry Captain Michael Cantrell wanders the West, his heart filled with bitterness and loss, his only companions his bone-deep
honor and sheer stubbornness.
It's not so much a lesbian film as it is an exploration of the pungent, bone-deep
heartache of first love, shot in the quintessential French style of cinema verite.
She said: "A close encounter with the main course, a crab, left me with a bone-deep
gash that literally rendered my left hand useless.
We're never scared by seeing what we don't expect; we're scared by seeing exactly what we do expect, the film making up in bone-deep
terror what it lacks in jump-out-of-your-seat moments.
They have a family sound and a natural, bone-deep
understanding of music and harmony.
Researchers examined the mummy of Ramses III using CT scans and discovered a 7-centimeter-wide, bone-deep
slash at his throat.
Instead, Pakistan's refusal to hand him over to Afghanistan symbolizes one of the biggest obstacles to negotiations: A legacy of bone-deep
suspicion dividing the neighbors.