The 9 to 5 actors from 1980 have come together again to speak on gender payments after 4 years.
In the special video, one of the stars Dolly Parton says: ‘My lord, it’s 40 years now and it’s still important.’
‘Being treated with respect in the workplace, equal pay for equal work, and all those things that we all want to do.’
‘Anybody that’s working should be paid for what they do, it doesn’t matter. I think it’s given us a really good opportunity to step up and do more and make more corrections and to just do more good things for women especially.’
Parton who portrays Doralee in the movie has always ensured to be a lawyer for women’s equality consistently asking the labeling people to put her in her music like Dumb Blonde.
She is also one of the confident entrepreneurs and is known to have her own music rights.
‘Still, Working 9 to 5 is co-produced and co-helmed by Camille Hardman and Gary Lane who ensured to have the same star cast as the original flick and also made them talk about the gender rights and partiality in payments.
The latest documentary has been made for 2 yrs and is set to release post things get settled at the film festivals after the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Besides Dolly, Lily, Jane the doc will have academy winner Allison Janney who was known for Broadway musical and EGOT recipient Rita Moreno and as well as many women advocates.