Friday, August 10, 2007
After starting a new job in a call centre I was pretty entertained to come across Call Centre The Movie, a short independent movie made I suppose, by some Indian Film makers - it strips away the telephone lines to look at life inside a fictional call centre in Delhi and the chaos that ensues when too many calls come in.
Heya, look forward to hearing more about the Working-Class Fiction course... I'm guessing Irvine Welsh features?Post a Comment
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