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Title: Working Girl

Date: 1988
Type: Drama
Rating: 4 Stars 4/5
Colour: Yes
Director: Mike Nichols

Melanie Griffiths is the secretary who impersonates her boss (Sigourney Weaver) who is out of the country and pulls off a big deal with Harrison Ford with whom she falls in love with. Her boss returns and discovers the deception. This is an entertaining and excellent send up of corporate America in the 1980's with good performances from Harrison Ford and Melanie Griffiths. Melanie Griffthis charcter sums up the aspirations of a secretary with abilities but constrained by the male corporate culture of the time. The film also benefits from a very good sound track, some crisp editing and sympathetic cinematography.


Harrison FordHarrison Ford
Melanie GriffithMelanie Griffiths
Sigourney WeaverSigourney Weaver
Joan CusackJoan Cusack
Alec BaldwinAlec Baldwin
Philip Bosco
Nora Dunn
Oliver Platt
Kevin SpaceyKevin Spacey
Olympia DukakisOlympia Dukakis
Julia Silverman
Ricki LakeRicki Lake


Nomination Best Picture
Nomination - Best Director - Mike Nichols
Best Actress Nomination - Melanie Griffiths
Best Actress Nomination - Joan Cusack
Best Actress Nomination - Sigourney Weaver


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