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My general thought of the production is that the director did an excellent job in explaining the challenges facing tough women.
The play commences in the café where Marlene waits for her friends to arrive to celebrate her success as the boss of the employment agency (Churchill 1982). The women guests explain their experiences prior to attaining their goals. Scene one in Act 2 displays Marlene at the agency working while Scene 2 shows Angie and Kit playing. Angie says that she would kill her mother as she had been sleeping around (Churchill 1982). In Scene 3 Marlene arrives, Nell and Win gossip about the latest in the office. Angie arrives; but is shy in Marlene’s presence. Mrs. Kidd interrupts and requests Marlene to step down from the “man’s job” for her desperate husband, Howard. Marlene declines Mrs. Kidd’s offer. Nell then arrives with the news that Howard had had a heart attack but Marlene is not moved (Churchill 1982). The final act takes place in Joyce’s kitchen, where Marlene, Joyce and Angie share experiences. Joyce and Marlene are wary that Angie may not make much of herself. Joyce is skeptical of her success, but Marlene insists that she will be a successful woman, just like her mother who is revealed to be Marlene (Churchill 1982).
The setting played a more active role in my experience of the film by crafting a completely simulated world on my understanding of the film. The setting is in Britain where the success of women is regarded stylish and fashionable (Churchill
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Winston Churchill was one of the most influential people of the 20th century, perhaps even the most influential. His energy, his will and dedication contributed, to a considerable degree, to the fact that European democracies managed to resist and finally defeat the brutal aggression of National Socialists and Fascists in World War II.
The concepts of the British Victorian era are prevalent in the first act of the play while the second act depicts a time of women liberation and general sexual revolutions starting in 1979 in Britain. This is a contrast to the concept of the first act where there are flashes of deviant behaviors among the play’s characters.
His thoughts and writings can be considered as an authority in the fields that he excelled in. At a glance Winston Churchill is a noted statesman, a known orator and strategist, a leader in different disciplines such as the British Army and a gifted writer of historical literature.
Simpson). The series aired for two years and thirteen episodes on ITV in Britain, 1985 and 1986, though Tracey appeared only in the first season. She did not appear in the second season because she was either pregnant with or had just given birth to Mabel and was beginning to prepare for TTUS.
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