What is it like for a woman to do a man’s work, and do it better? That’s what the first pink collar workers had to learn when they set down their skillets and aprons to pick up welding torches, hammers or rivet guns while the men fought to keep this country free during World War II. Then those men came back home, and they had to work with them day in and day out.
But for their daughters and granddaughter the war in the workplace between men and women still goes on over three decades later. However, now the enemy is vastly different. It’s an unseen force of lust, alcoholism, and sex while several of the women need to band together in sisterhood. They’ve been caught up in espionage, intrigue and attempted murder– and whoever is sabotaging the planes that they’re building. Could it be the supervisor, a former employee.. or the person they work with everyday?
During all these great concerns our gals still need to earn a paycheck, and do anything to get that damned plane built…well, almost anything.
You’ll see some great laugh-out-loud humor as well as some big tearjerkers as these gals try to make it through the day-by-day struggles of the job. And it’s an even bigger effort for the single women during the late 1970’s.
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