Tess protests but leaves, apologizing. Directed to an office, she sees a woman on the phone, assumes she is her new boss, and seats herself in the typing pool. Days later, Tess clears out her desk and then bumps into Jack, Katharine, and Trask in front of the lobby elevators.
Trask is interested, and a meeting is set up. When they get to their office floor, Trask confronts Katharine, asking her how she came up with the idea. Tess also rushes off, leaving her appointment book, which Katharine reads. She works in the mergers and acquisitions department Working girl a Wall Street investment bank.
Katharine tries to lead the group away, but Jack says he believes Tess. But when Katharine breaks her leg skiing in Europe, she asks Tess to house-sit. Katharine comes home on the day of the meeting with Trask. Tess aspires to reach an executive position.
At home, Tess finds her boyfriend Mick Dugan in bed with another woman. Tess insists they work together as colleagues, showing she will be very different from Katharine.
Later, Tess and Jack end up in bed together.
Seemingly supportive, Katharine encourages Tess to share ideas. Trask gets on another elevator with Jack and Tess, where Tess then gives her elevator pitch to Trask, telling him the roundabout way in which she came up with the idea for the merger.
She feels the pitch goes badly. When Trask hears a convincing tidbit, he hops off the closing elevator, leaving Katharine still in the lift. Katharine is fired on the spot for her fraud, and Trask offers Tess an "entry-level" job with his company.
Tess wants to explain her true situation but keeps quiet after learning Jack has been in a relationship with Katharine, which he says is all but over. Tess suggests that a client, Trask Industries, should invest in radio to gain a foothold in media.
Tess confronts Katharine and starts to tell everyone her side of the story. Tess starts her new job, armed with a lunchbox prepared by Jack.
Tess overhears Katharine asking Jack to confirm his love for her, but he avoids answering and hurries out. The meeting goes well until Katharine storms in, accusing Tess, a mere secretary, of having stolen her idea.
At the party, Tess unknowingly meets Jack, who is fascinated by her. Tricked by her boss into a date with his lascivious, cocaine -snorting colleague, she gets into trouble by publicly insulting him and is reassigned as secretary to a new financial executive, Katharine Parker.
She leaves before he wakes and, entering the meeting, realizes Jack Trainer is the man she had spent the night with.Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) is a service we offer sellers that lets them store their products in Amazon's fulfillment centers, and we directly pack, ship, and provide customer service for these products/5().
Working Girl () cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. The film Working Girl stars Melanie Griffith as Tess McGill, Harrison Ford as Jack Trainer, and Sigourney Weaver as Katharine Parker. Tess McGill is trying to carve out a life for herself as a successful businesswoman but with the caveat of an equally accomplished and ambitious boss named Katherine Parker who shamelessly wants to take credit for.
Critics Consensus: A buoyant corporate Cinderella story, Working Girl has the right cast, right story, and right director to make it all come together%. Dec 21, · Watch video · Watching Working Girl ten years after its release, it's hard not to dismiss it as a dated satire of the corporate world of the 's.
At the same time, that's part of the movie's charm/10(K).Download