1. The Crowd
This 1928 silent film was perhaps the first careful examination of a corporate office as an aesthetic
6. The Apartment
Jack Lemmon climbs the corporate ladder by allowing several of his bosses to borrow his apartment for extramarital affairs. Office politics at their worst - or best - lead to Lemmon landing Shirley MacLaine, one of his bosses’ old flings.
7. The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit
Gregory Peck stars in this analysis of corporate life and its multitude of stresses.
10. 9 to 5
The ultimate office rebellion - as staged by three of the most memorable actresses of all time.
12. Office Space
Even though it’s 15 years old, this Mike Judge masterpiece of disillusionment and despair remains the definitive look at the contemporary life of a cube dweller, with its essential dynamics of sociopathic middle managers running the lives of bored but multitasking keyboard-clackers.
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