Good idea, Corey.
Okay, I have one – Kate Moore’s interview in The Enforcer.
Present are Harry Callahan, Ms. Gray (a feminist bureaucrat), and Moore (an inspector candidate).
The mayor has forced a quota system on the police department: they have 8 vacancies to fill for police inspectors, and 3 must be women, regardless of experience.
I will say that Harry is Mythic-Rational with a Red chip on his shoulder, the feminist is Mythic-Rational with a Red chip on her shoulder, and the entire scene is Green, as it takes a bit of aperspectivism to portray these worldview conflicts.
Some might say the feminism portrayed here is Green, but I don’t think forcing quotas regardless of the experience or abilities among applicants could be considered post-Orange, as it doesn’t include any of Orange.
So I will say that quotas in this context are Mythic-Rational.
However, whether the entire movie is Green is another issue.
It could be something less than Green on the whole due to political pressures, market pressures, personal pressures, etc. In some respects, it could be as low as Amber, in others Orange, etc.
The Moore character is also Mythic-Rational because she didn’t see the implications of not having experience for her partner; Harry falls short of Orange in part because he drove a car into a store in the beginning of the movie to make an arrest.
Moore turns out to be a hero, saving Harry’s life while losing her own, but this could be interpreted as the filmaker valorizing quotas.