Working Girl Film Analysis Essay

As a shy horticultural hobbyist and low-level British diploma, Justin Quayle is not a person to make fuss, until when he learns about his wife’s murder. Tessa has been murdered and left at the crossroad together with her driver. The first suspect is her doctor, Arnold Bluhm, on for it to be discovered that he was murdered the same day with Tessa. There is a circulating rumor that both Tessa and Bluhm had a love affair, and the murder is highly considered as a crime of passion. However, later discovery reveals that in fact Bluhm lived as a gay (Boggild & Holm, 2015).
The flashback takes as back to London where Tease and Justin met and marry. Justin takes her back to Kenya where secretly she embarks on investigating about a suspicious drug trail,…

When Katharine Parker, (Tess’ boss) breaks her leg in Europe she tells to house sit. This indicates that the relationship between Katharine and Tess was more of an extended family where they could even share ideas. When Tess finds her boyfriend in bed with another woman, she went to live at Katharine’s apartment. In this organization, having a romantic relationship with a colleague is seen as obvious. This is parlayed by Oliver Platt (Tess’ first boss) tricking Tess into a date with his lascivious colleague, where she publicly insults him. Katharine is in a relationship with Jack Trainer (fellow executive), who later falls in love with Tess (Franklin, 2006). Both Tess and Jack gatecrash the wedding of Trask’s daughter to pitch their plan on pushing on with Tess’s idea. Given that members organization engages in parties, social, family and personal issues together they demonstrated an organization where the relationship is valued and is operated as an extended…

In no case is this more evident than in ‘the Constant Gardener film’. 3 Bees, the pharmaceutical company, uses its resources and influence to test the tuberculosis drug on the poor population in Kenya. The company executives compete to get more wealth to the company through the drug that has side effects, which are well documented. They go to every extra mile to ensure that they resources and wealth increases, including corrections, murder, corruption, and issuing threats. On the other hand, Tessa has an interest in having the drug redesign such that it will not have effects on the poor population. She is murdered in her quest to stop the powerful cartel made up of top executives, British high commission staffs, and politicians (Britton,…