Working Girl Movie Summary
Tess McGill, played by Melanie Griffith with a coked-out bloat, is a stockbroker’s secretary from Staten Island. She has a bachelor’s degree from night school, so of course, she can take on the world. And Tess doesn’t just want to be the head of the secretary pool, she wants an executive position.
Unfortunately, she can’t get anyone to take her seriously. Probably due to the accent Tess. After getting in trouble again, she is reassigned to a new financial executive, Katherine Parker, played by Ellen Fucking Ripley herself, Sigourney Weaver. Katherine encourages Tess to be open with her ideas, which screams back stabbing bitch immediately.
Unfortunately, Tess shares a good idea about a potential merger, and Katherine says she will check into it. However, soon after, Katherine tells her that the idea won’t work. Meanwhile, back at home, Tess’s boyfriend, who looks a lot like Jack Ryan, is cheating on her with one of her friends. Feeling alone, Tess doesn’t know which way to go.read full summary
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