In 1997, playwright-turned-filmmaker Neil Labute along with a tiny budget and a handful of unknown actors headed to Fort Wayne, Indiana and filmed In the Company of Men, based on Labute's play. The story centered on two spurned upper management trainers played by Aaron Eckhart and Matt Malloy who decide to maliciously toy with a deaf typist played by Stacy Edwards garnered critical acclaim for its brutal and unflinching look at misogyny and corporate culture. But does the film deserve the attention or should it fall on deaf ears? MovieDude Eric and Lobster fly out in Business class (while Kent stays at home) to find out.


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