That 9 to 5 — which starred Lily Tomlin, Dolly Parton, and Jane Fonda as coworkers who plot revenge on their monstrous boss — is still as relevant today as it was when it took the box office by storm in 1980 is both a testament to its iconic status as a feminist and camp classic, as well as an indictment of our stalled-out and often regressive society in regards to equal rights in the workplace. It’s that dichotomy that Still Working 9 to 5, which made its world premiere last night at SXSW, explores.
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