Working Woman

Working Woman

2018 ‧ Drama ‧ 1h 33m

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    Working Woman - 2018 ‧ Drama ‧ 1h 33m
    Working Woman - 2018 ‧ Drama ‧ 1h 33m
    Working Woman - 2018 ‧ Drama ‧ 1h 33m
    Working Woman - 2018 ‧ Drama ‧ 1h 33m
    Working Woman - 2018 ‧ Drama ‧ 1h 33m
  • Initial release
    USA
  • Director
    Michal Aviad
  • Language
    Hebrew Language
  • Editor
    Nili Feller
  • Cinematography
    Daniel Miller
Working Woman Profiles
  • About

    With her husband's restaurant business in jeopardy, a mother of three gets a job as assistant to a powerful realtor and must fight back against his sexual harassment.

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    Working Woman - 2018 ‧ Drama ‧ 1h 33m
    Working Woman - 2018 ‧ Drama ‧ 1h 33m
    Working Woman - 2018 ‧ Drama ‧ 1h 33m
    Working Woman - 2018 ‧ Drama ‧ 1h 33m
    Working Woman - 2018 ‧ Drama ‧ 1h 33m
  • 2514165 Ivanka Trump hits back at hoovering lookalike artwork

    Number of words : 387 Number of sentences : 20 Number of paragraphs : 16

    The Ivanka lookalike is spending Two Weeks vacuuming a gallery in Washington DC

    Ivanka Trump has criticised an artwork that shows her lookalike hoovering up breadcrumbs from a gallery floor.

    Visitors to the Washington DC gallery throw crumbs for the model to clean.

    The Gallery says Ivanka Vacuuming, by Jennifer Rubell , explores Ms Trump's "comically wide range of feminine identities - Daughter , wife, mother, sister, model, Working Woman , blonde".

    In response, Ms Trump tweeted that "women can choose to knock each other down or build each other up".

    The Performance is being staged by arts group CulturalDC for two hours every night until 17 February, and is also being live-streamed online.

    CulturalDC's executive director Kristi Maiselman said Ms Rubell's work was "insightful", "timely" and "boundary-pushing" in its reflection of contemporary womanhood.

    The Gallery added that it was not just about Ms Trump, and did not represent "one feeling, one relationship or one point of view towards this powerful and sexualised female form".

    But Ms Trump - The President 's Daughter and a White House Adviser - disagrees.

    Tweeting almost a week after the piece launched, she accused The Artist of trying to "Knock Down " a fellow woman.

    Her brothers reacted in a similar way.

    Donald Trump Jr called the piece a "sexist attack", while Eric Trump told Fox News that his sister was "a powerful woman who has done more for women than probably anybody in Washington DC".

    , Ms Rubell said she would like for her to "form [her] own direct response". The artwork is not intended to mock, she added, but is instead "exploring complicated subjects we all care about".

    She also offered to arrange a private visit for Ms Trump "with none of the media circus that has formed around it".

    In an interview on CulturalDC's website, published before its launch, Ms Rubell said the piece was also partly about power and control.

    "Here's what's complicated: we enjoy throwing the crumbs for Ivanka to vacuum. That is the icky truth at the centre of The Work . It's funny, it's pleasurable, it makes us feel powerful, and we want to do it more," she says.

    "We like having The Power to elicit a specific and certain response. Also we know she'll keep vacuuming whether we do it or not, so it's not really our fault, right?"



    washington dc, donald trump jr, performance art, art, eric trump, ivanka trump, united states
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