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Question 1:
Working Girls (1986 film), Wall Street (1987 film) and The Karate Kid are all:
Films set in New York City 1980s drama films Films about prostitution Feminist films

Question 2: Working Girls is a 1986 independent film, written, produced and directed by Lizzie Borden, depicting a day in the life of upper class prostitutes in a small ________ bordello.
New York CityBrooklynStaten IslandManhattan

Question 3: It was nominated for the 1987 Grand Jury Prize at the ________, and won the Special Jury Prize.
Salt Lake CityUtahSundance Film FestivalSouthern Utah International Documentary Film Festival

Question 4:
Working Girls (1986 film), Kill Bill and Thelma & Louise are all:
Films about prostitution Feminist films Films set in New York City 1980s drama films

Question 5: It is considered a subtly ________ portrayal, focusing on strong women characters, and depicting prostitution as neither glamorous nor repellent, but rather an ordinary, if exhausting, job.
Women's suffrageFeminismGender equalityWomen's rights

Question 6: Working Girls review by ________, March 13, 1987
Martin ScorseseRoger EbertAt the Movies (U.S. TV series)David Lynch

Question 7: Working Girls (1986 film) at the ________
Internet Movie DatabaseAmazon.comBox Office MojoCDNOW

Question 8:
Working Girls (1986 film), Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps and Wall Street (1987 film) are all:
1980s drama films Films set in New York City Films about prostitution Feminist films

Question 9:
Working Girls (1986 film), Taxi Driver and Taken (film) are all:
Films set in New York City 1980s drama films Films about prostitution Feminist films

Question 10: Working Girls 1986-USA-Feminist Film ________ review by Vincent Canby, February 27, 1987
International Herald TribuneThe Boston GlobeThe New York Times CompanyThe New York Times







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