"Our film rejects the hackneyed idea that 'women could do anything if only society allowed them to.' Instead, we're focusing, through a series of conversations, on some of the many women who are already doing so. On the one hand, Anita, Glenda, Annie, Susie, Angela, Martha and Jane are women who have jobs that have been traditionally occupied by men. On the other, they are seven professionals who are at the top of their game where the subject of gender, when raised at all, is viewed reluctantly. We feel that much of the media's renewed interested in feminism over the past year has been pessimistic, so we wanted to make a celebratory and positive film in response."