Workplace in Film & TV Blogathon: Day 1 Recap

Everybody ready to roll up their sleeves and get to work?

Here are the first amazing posts for the Workplace in Film & TV blogathon:

Once Upon a Screen takes a look at Meryl Streep in the Workplace: Doubt, The Devil Wears Prada, and Silkwood.

MovieMovieBlogBlog makes you appreciate your own employment situation with his review of Glengarry Glen Ross.

Silver Screenings was made a bit uncomfortable by the boss/secretary dynamic in My Dear Secretary.

Cinematic Scribblings writes about The Organizer, whose idealism may both help and hurt factory workers fighting against exploitation.

Caftan Woman reveals the classic TV show Car 54, Where Are You? is much more than just a goofy comedy.

MovieRob reviews Compliance, a movie based on a true-life incident where a prank call to a fast-food restaurant went too far.

The Midnite Drive-In found real-life inspiration while watching the film Teachers.

Pure Entertainment Preservation Society examines the The Impatient Maiden, a pre-code film about a young medical intern.

The Stop Button was disappointed the film FM squanders its cast and story set at a popular radio station.

That’s it for today! Come back tomorrow for more workplace fun!

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