Work Hard, Play Hard

Director Carmen Losmann
Genre Documentary
Runtime 90 minutes
Country of Origin Germany
Language German
Supplier Taskovski Films
Festivals/Awards Winner - FIPRESCI Award, DOK Leipzig
Release Date In theatres on April 30, 2014

Synopsis

A film about non-territorial office space, multi-mobile knowledge workers, Blackberries and Miles&More. A road movie discovering the working world of tomorrow. This documentary will take you on a journey through the post-industrial knowledge and services workshops, our supposed future working place. In this new world work will be handled more liberally. Time clocks cease to exist. Attention is not compulsory any more. The resource "human" comes into focus. The film closely follows the high-tech work force - people who are highly mobile and passionate to make their work their purpose in life. Further episodes resume this topic and lead into the world of modern office architecture and into the world of Human Resource Management.

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“A measured and brilliantly crafted documentary, Work Hard, Play Hard is a remarkably assured debut film from Carmen Losmann. Focusing on changing perceptions of the workplace the film mixes a clinically precise tone with a social conscience and some dark satire.” - Screen Daily

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