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Film Review - Working Woman


Tapping in the social issue zeitgeist, “Working Woman” takes a very potent look at the state of sexual harassment in the workplace. It’s an Israeli production from co-writer/director Michal Aviad, who uses brief moments of personal invasion to create an overall view of horror, approaching the subject from an achingly human point of view. “Working Woman” isn’t a message movie or a melodrama, but an unsettlingly realistic assessment of shame and confusion, examining how a spirit is diminished, and nearly destroyed, by unprofessional and criminal actions. While small in scale and deeply internalized, the feature is tremendously powerful and frightening, skipping hysterics to cut to the core of the hot button issue. Read the rest at


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