Centers on two unemployed car salesmen who realize that they are living in a woman's world, so they decide that to find work again, they must dress as women to get jobs as pharmaceutical reps. By doing so, it makes them better men, husbands and fathers, but also makes them appreciate the sanctuary of their nights at the bar where they can be themselves.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Work It - Work It (Missy Elliott song) - Netflix
“Work It” is a hip hop song written by American rapper Missy Elliott and her producer Tim “Timbaland” Mosley for Elliott's fourth studio album Under Construction (2002). The song's musical style, and production by Timbaland, were heavily inspired by old school hip hop from the 1980s, and includes a portion which samples Run-D.M.C.'s “Peter Piper”. The beginning of the song samples Rock Master Scott & the Dynamic Three's “Request Line”. Released as the album's first single in September 2002, the track reached the number two position on the US Billboard Hot 100, becoming Missy Elliott's most successful single to date. A remix of this song features 50 Cent. The end of the song samples “Take Me to the Mardi Gras” by Bob James and was also sampled in one of Missy's first features “The Things That You Do”, and the synth pattern in the rhythm track samples the intro of “Heart of Glass” by Blondie.
Work It - Literature - Netflix
Keazor, Henry; Thorsten Wuebbena: Video Thrills The Radio Star. Musikvideos: Geschichte, Themen, Analysen. 3rd. edition, Bielefeld 2011; ISBN 3899427289, pp. 83–113 Michael Rappe, Under Construction. 2 Vols., Cologne 2011
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