Meet George. A 20-something IT professional who is plain fed up. Not only has his love life stalled, but work also sucks. Management has brought in someone to improve engineering processes....
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Meet George. A 20-something IT professional who is plain fed up. Not only has his love life stalled, but work also sucks. Management has brought in someone to improve engineering processes. This turns out to be none other than his ex - Claire. George tries to recruit his co-workers Jack and Marie to his side as Claire piles on the work. Meanwhile, George attempts to jump start his love life by dipping his pen in the company ink. Things get out of hand when money turns up missing and accusations start to fly. It's up to George and his friends to find the perpetrator.Written by
Company Ink is the first of its kind. Made by an American Desi filmmaker from the Washington DC area, this movie is a cross between American Pie and Office Space. At first, I was wondering where the plot was going, but watching it through to the end was definitely worth it.
The movie opens with a typical day in the life of George A. Stokes: software engineer by day, "Dream Team" member by night. At least that's what he calls his group of friends. Not very impressive to his ex-girlfriend Claire. Especially since she became his supervisor for a week while his boss is out of town.
The plot gradually unfolds as we see the shenanigans ensue between George and Claire. When the boss finally returns, everyone in the company is left facing the same accusation. Someone forged the big man's signature and stole money from the company's bank account. Who could've done it?
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