Working Girl

Working Girl
Working Girl

Film Details

Year

1988

Duration

111 minutes

Genres

Drama

Language

English

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Synopsis

A kind of 1980s Cinderella with super-coiffed hair. Melanie Griffith is Tess, an ambitious secretary from Staten Island. She is bored of her tattooed boyfriend and finds herself an executive-level job with Sigourney Weaver as her sophisticated boss Katharine Parker. Parker proves a nightmare to work for, and, inevitably, Tess falls for an executive. A film very much of its time but with some stand-out performances, notably Joan Cusack as a fierce but fair secretary.

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15 Classification

Contains some bad language, sexual content and brief drug material

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