Ten Flicks That Made a Big Impact on Me ~ WORKING GIRL

Ten Flicks That Made a Big Impact on Me ~ WORKING GIRL

I’m continuing my multi-day movie challenge having been tagged by a friend on Facebook.  Here’s my homework every day during the challenge:

 

Each day for the next 10 days, post an image from a film that made an impact on you.  But do not include the story behind your choice. Only a photo. 

 

Yeah, sure. Right. Here I share a brief audio (about 5 minutes in length) about the story behind my selection. If you care to listen, click on the link below. Otherwise, look at the pretty pictures and nod to yourself.

 

It’s Day 5 of the challenge. This time, I’m taking you to the corporate world and  people trying to get ahead but regularly finding themselves being held down to stay in their place, unless… they break the rules and take opportunity into their own hands. Right or wrong, however you wish to look at the character of Tess McGill, she’s a memorable one with the charming Melanie Griffiths in this beloved Mike Nichols classic WORKING GIRL (1988).

 

This film came along a bit early for me to really appreciate it, but within a few years, I understood it perfectly and it soon became a film I could watch over and over as my own self-help guide or pep talk for surviving Corporate America. Hear more about why this film means so much to me. And as always, thanks for reading (and listening). x ~ Chris K.

WorkingGirl

 

This was the more obscure scene above that I posted to try to stump my Facebook friends. But if you’ve been listening to any of my audios so far, you know I enjoy talking about Harrison Ford, so… let’s include this one instead, shall we?

 

WorkingGirl-2

 

Mmm. Yes, that’s much much better. Sigh.

 

Click here to learn why WORKING GIRL is a flick that made a big impact on me!

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