This documentary started out as a conventional agit-prop project in support of the 1972 campaign to unionise women nightcleaners in London. In the three years that it took to complete, it turned into something very much more complex and challenging: a film that places the nightcleaners' campaign within a series of broader political discussions formulated as an 'open text' which asks as many questions about its own status as a film as it does about the socio-political issues that are its subject. No engaged person should overlook its challenge.
Berwick Street Film Collective
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