It may be a day of rest for some, but we still have bloggers working hard on posts for the Workplace in Film & TV Blogathon!
In Once Upon a Screen‘s second entry for the blogathon, she looks at Billy Wilder’s classic office drama, The Apartment.
Thoughts All Sorts peeks in on the BDSM relationship between boss and employee in Secretary.
Cinemaven’s Essays from the Couch tells us The Best of Everything for young women in the 1950s was limited to marriage, with a career meant as a stepping-stone.
Cinematic Catharsis overcomes the creepy crawlies to review Arachnophobia.
MovieRob‘s second contribution to the blogathon is another melding of the horror/workplace genres, Little Shop of Horrors.
Moon in Gemini finds the sisterhood shared by the midwives in Call the Midwife realistic and poignant.
Realweegiemidget assures us the kids are all right in Adventures in Babysitting.
dbmoviesblog reminds us not to mention the war in her review of the Britcom, Fawlty Towers.
Anybody Got a Match? writes about Libeled Lady, a screwball comedy set in the newspaper industry.
If you still have a post to contribute, no worries! I will do another update tomorrow.
I am always amazed at the quality of the contributions to these blogathons, and this one was no exception. Deepest thanks to all the contributors!
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Here is my contribution!
Working Girl (1988) Director Mike Nichols
Thank you for hosting, I look forward to reading everyone’s contributions.
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Hi Debbie. My article is late. I’m still working on it. I’ve been very busy.
No worries! I’ll add it to the recap when you’ve posted it.