Working Girls 2010 Movie Poster and a little bit of analysis

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Beneath the Working Girls 2010 movie poster is the supposed domain name of the official website of the movie (www.workinggirlsmovie.com). I typed the URL in my address bar and found nothing. An empty page or else a 404 Page Not Found message. Bad PR people.

Anyway, the Working Girls 2010 movie poster makes you look at seven different types of women today. It features the main cast of the movie namely Eugene Domingo, Iza Calzado, Jennylyn Mercado, Cristine Reyes, Eula Valdez, Bianca King and Ruffa Gutierrez.

It also contains a big red "WG" which stands for the title of the movie. And then they reiterated the title of the movie below the "WG" for emphasis. More analysis below.

Working Girls 2010 Movie Poster Analysis



First off, let's look at the names on top of the Working Girls 2010 movie poster. Eugene Domingo comes first and Ruffa Gutierrez which means they are the main focus of the movie, or they are paid more than the others. Coincidentally, Eugene and Ruffa appears above the "WG" which confirms my suspicion. They are the only one's above the letters.

The next thing I noticed is that Bianca King is the only one behind the letter "G", which may mean her character is less important than the others. All the others are either above a letter or in front of one.

And then I saw Mang Inasal's logo in the lower left corner. Hmm... I'm thinking there would be a product placement within the movie. Like maybe the characters would be eating inside the chicken food chain.

What are your thoughts about the movie poster and about Working Girls 2010 itself? Share them in the comments.

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