Monday, June 18, 2007

Getting Even is a Full Time Job

This week in New Cross, Class Acts presents 9 to 5.

Featuring an excellent cast, this is Hollywood’s finest attempt at feminist comedy.

Jane Fonda is the new secretary in the office, Lily Tomlin and Dolly Parton are the veterans who teach her how to cope with and combat chauvinistic male oppression, incarnated by embezzling boss Coleman and all about class struggle. The three soon club together in a plot to exact their revenge. Written and directed by the late Colin Higgins.

And of course there's the soundtrack... in fact I danced to the title song at a wedding only last weekend. Altogether now: 'Nine to five they've got you where they want you, There's a better life and you think about it don't you? It's a rich man's game no matter what they call it. And you spend your life putting money in his pocket'.

Wednesday 20th June 2007 at 7.30 for food, 8.00pm for film. Only £4 including delicious veggie food at The Café Crema, 306 New Cross Rd SE14.

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