How the sponsor Remploy provides a worthwhile job for people whose only alternative would be social security or charity, and at the same time produces high standard products that sell on the open market.

Year of Production: 1972

Color or Black and White?: Colour

Running Time: 19 mins 10 secs

Shot List


00:00:00:00-00:05:00:00 TITLE 'THE RIGHT TO WORK' ws specially adapted car for disabled person along road towards camera pov from car round roundabout with view of traffic and suburban houses cu man gets himself out of car into wheelchair and into building pan up exterior of building cu hand clocking on for work inc card being punched by machine vs factory with men and women working on small parts vs men cutting wooden parts on jigsaw mcu man welding without protective gear mcu woman sewing by hand mcu man sewing using industrial sewing machine pan right over country field to exterior of building on industrial estate vs exterior of Remploy factories vs men and women working from their wheelchairs inc
making overalls for Marks and Spencer vs men repairing library books inc re-binding

00:05:00:00-00:10:00:00 mcu people putting chocolates into chocolate boxes pan across room with women working with sewing machines pan left along men working with large industrial sewing machines cu men using large Singer sewing machines mcu row of plastic travel bags the men have sewn ms two men inspecting work carried out pan down exterior of building vs men in suits having meeting and looking at percentages drawn on blackboard vs draughtsman designing hideous teak veneer table vs men working with small parts on factory floor cu holes being drilled by machine zoom out from dark fabric being cut by machine cu foot pressing pedal which operates machine vs man in wheelchair moving coloured tags around pinboard ms van / truck being filled with paper boxes

00:10:00:00-00:19:10:00 mcu woman driving van / truck along road vs pov shots from van driving around roads on housing estate and delivering box pan around small sitting room where woman sits working at home - unclear what she is doing vs printing press in motion ws printing machine on factory floor vs printer's workshop vs cardboard boxes along conveyor belt and into caged machine and then stacked tracking shot along floor at factory vs men welding and soldering zoom in to woman checking solders on table full of men vs man cutting pieces of wood to shape vs computer room with cus of punched cards going through computer and disks spinning cu spread sheet being printed out vs factory floor ms trucks/ lorries collecting goods at factory despatch department vs mattresses chairs and other goods being collected for despatch vs men queue go clock out of building cu hand clocking out vs factory and offices