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Add Article. Tomatometer Not Yet Available. Super Reviewer. For a long time, Steinem saw her 11 days as Bunny "Marie Ochs" hired under her grandmother's name and social security number as a huge career blunder. It led to no serious new assignments and became her least-favored but often-invoked characterization. Only later did she understand the usefulness of the ruse that allowed her to expose Playboy's "phony glamour and exploitative employment policies.
Skip to Main Content Area. It is as if somebody came along and revealed, with inordinate fanfare, that most of those gorgeous chorus girls in nightclubs, which were around long before Mr. Hefner had his exploitation dreams, wound up going home with little more than corns and aching muscles.
Nevertheless, Miss Steinem is seen developing respect and genuine fondness for her co-workers. The working stiff, it seems, is human after all, with her own problems and dreams, trying to cope as best she can. Scratch her and she bleeds. For Miss Steinem, this gradual realization becomes something of an epiphany, marking the end of one part of her life and the beginning of another.
She finds that ''I gained my own voice.
As someone says while trying to cheer her up: ''You'll do fine. You always do, Gloria. You're just one of those people. Unfortunately, the teleplay also wanders into Miss Steinem's private life and explores her relationship with a budding playwright, here called Ned Holcomb Cotter Smith.