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Friday, October 27, 2017
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7:30pm [7:30pm] Labor Film PATTERNS
Description:
Vincent Saravallo, who teaches the sociology of work at RIT, will introduce both screeniings Friday, October 27 7:30 p.m. Rochester Premiere PATTERNS (Fielder Cook, US 1956, 83 min., 16mm) Print courtesy of the Academy Film Archive. Rod Serling gained critical acclaim for writing this mid-1950s drama of office politics in the executive corridor of a giant industrial corporation. The merciless, success-bent president (Everett Sloane) plans to replace his caring and aging vice-president (Ed Begley) with a promising new industrial relations executive (Van Heflin), who must confront the opposing forces of personal ambition and the ethics of responsibility. In this (white) man’s world the film’s main women characters—secretaries and wives—challenge as many stereotypes as they uphold. Patterns depicts many of the issues in classic studies of the time, like Whyte’s Organization Man and Mill’s White Collar. There will also be a Senior Matinee screening Monday, October 30 1:30 p.m.

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