6 films of women with entrepreneurial passion

Check out the following list of movies that can help as a trigger to discover your passion and reconnect with your entrepreneurial spirit.

Based on a true story, the film depicts events in the life of chef Julia Child (Meryl Streep) in the early years of his culinary career, in contrast to the life of Julie Powell (Amy Adams), who aspires to cook all 524 recipes from Child cookbook for a year and publish them in a blog and daily personal style. In 2002 Julie intends to do all the recipes in Julia’s book, “Mastering the Art of French Cooking,” which was written in the early 60s, while writing a blog about their culinary experiences. The film shows two intertwined stories: the story of Julie Powell, the narrator, and the story of how Julia Child discovered his love of cooking, during the time he was living in Paris in 1950 and how to write and publish your own book kitchen.

Diane Keaton stars as a Manhattan career woman who is suddenly forced to care for a newborn baby. The film shows motherhood from a different point of usual and problems that may have a working woman when mother sight. It emphasizes the fact that when you all very organized, there may be something you break schemes. A change, although in principle not like it, you may find it beneficial. It stresses that man adapts to sudden changes and find ways to succeed. It makes us see that life can change at any time and that if we want to we can improve it with a good venture.

After the premiere of the Devil Wears Prada (2006) The September Issue (translated as “The September issue” in Latin and “The September” in Spain) is a documentary where the real editor of Vogue, Anna Wintour, decides to allow recording equipment that follow everywhere and graben during instantiation September 2007 Vogue, the most important of the year. The magazine weighing just over 2 kilos with 840 pages and becomes the largest specimen in the history of that publication. It is dramatic to see the characters moving around the fashion business. Humiliations. The pathetic family relationships. The absolute sacrifice they make. Human relationships based on fear and insecurity dictatorial environment. The contrast between glamor and human misery is shocking. The success of the film makes the September issue of Vogue 2007 sold on eBay at prices of more than $ 100.

New City (Latin America) or in Town (Spain) is the story of an ambitious executive (Renée Zellweger) with a bright future who lives in Miami, also delighted with her lifestyle in the bustling city. Adora her shoes, she loves their cars and she loves climbing the corporate ladder. When an overnight offer a temporary position away from town, in a small rural population of Minnesota, to restructure a factory, Lucy immediately accepted, knowing that a big promotion is not far behind. But what begins as a simple job ends up being an experience that will change your life because Lucy will find greater meaning to their existence and also, unexpectedly, the man of her dreams (Harry Connick Jr.).

Executive Secretary (Latin America) or Girl (Spain) is a film about the excessive ambitions and confrontations in the world of large corporations. Tess McGill (Melanie Griffith) is a secretary with a strong desire to form and thrive in life. a new company is incorporated as secretary of Katherine Parker (Sigourney Weaver), a very superficial director. When this goes on vacation, Tess must deal with ongoing issues. Looking documents in the office of Katherine, Tess discovers that her boss is preparing a major business plan based on a report she had prepared and that as he had said Katherine had no interest. The film reveals the audacity you have to have a woman to differentiate themselves from the rest of secretaries (thousands) to achieve their own space as an executive in the business world.