1986, 24 Minutes
Leave Me Alone has been designed to stimulate community debate as to what may or may not be sexual harassment and its consequences.
Using a dramatised series of incidents set in a fictitious company, the film deals with the subject of sexual harassment in the workplace—what it is, the law and the responsibilities of management. The program presents the view that implementing good policy on sexual harassment has a positive effect both in retaining staff and saving money.
Produced for The National Committee on Discrimination in Employment and Occupation at the request of the Sex Discrimination Commissioner Pamela O’Neil. © 2011 National Film and Sound Archive of Australia.
Director: Nick Frazer
Principal Cast: Katy Wild, Peter Sumner, Earle Cross, Barry Donnelly, Larry Turnbull, Felicity Gordon, Kaarin Fairfax
Running Time: 24 Minutes
Classification: Exempt from classification
Curriculum Links: Gender Studies; Human Rights; PDHPE; Legal Studies; Justice Studies.