How does the movie "Desk Set (1949)" highlight the negotiation of Hepburn's identity (the independent, successful woman on one hand, who needs to "learn her place," on the other hand) that we've been discussing over the last few weeks?

  •  Watch the movie “Desk Set (1949)” also I will be uploading you some readings. (Question): Colatrella argues that “Desk Set’s positive characterization of Bunny reveals her to be a more competent financial analyst than her boyfriend, as intelligent as the male PhD who has invented the electronic brain, and as attractive as any other woman represented. However, the film offers a startling conclusion regarding technological advancement: that women should learn to accept their place behind the machine for the greater good of society” (7-8). How does this highlight the negotiation of Hepburn’s identity (the independent, successful woman on one hand, who needs to “learn her place,” on the other hand) that we’ve been discussing over the last few weeks?

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