Working Relationships

Hollywood loves to explore and exploit couple-dynamics. In some films, men and women are pitted against each other; other times they are working together for a common goal. But whether in tandem or in opposition, male/female relationships in the movies are exposed to their core essence, leaving the viewer to juxtapose their own experiences with the film – thus drawing them in through their own personal engagement – vesting them into the story being told. is proud to feature four films dealing with the working relationships of men and women with Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell in the Howard Hawks’ 1940 His Girl Friday, John Wayne and Jennifer O’Neill in Howard Hawks’ 1970 Rio Lobo, Bill Travers and Virginia McKenna in Basil Dearden’s 1957 The Smallest Show on Earth and the unforgettable Marcello Mastroianni and Sophia Loren in Vittorio De Sica’s 1963 Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow.

So sit back and enjoy these presentations of the love and war of the sexes as we explore working relationships on