The boardroom doors are blown open when employees receive a chance to make changes to a dysfunctional workplace. Frustrated bosses facing a variety of issues hand the reins over to their employees, who take a hard look at what is plaguing their company. For the first time, employees are in charge of considering strategies that could improve their workplace and are given the power to make tough decisions -- even firing co-workers, if necessary. To complete the goal of creating a better place to work, someone may have to go!
Runtime: 60 minutes
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Deep Throat is a 1972 American pornographic film that was at the forefront of the Golden Age of Porn. The film was written and directed by Gerard Damiano, who was listed in the credits as “Jerry Gerard”; produced by Louis Peraino, credited as “Lou Perry”; and starring Linda Lovelace, the pseudonym given to Linda Susan Boreman. One of the first pornographic films to feature a plot, character development, and relatively high production values, Deep Throat earned mainstream attention and launched the “porno chic” trend, even though the film was banned in some jurisdictions and was the subject of obscenity trials.
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