I recently watched the beginning of Monty Python's The Meaning of Life, featuring a short called "The Crimson Permanent Assurance". This film short instantly reminded me of a clip from a movie I saw a very long time ago but can't remember the name of.
The scene I remember most about this unidentified movie was a similar kind of "surrealistic" takedown of a big business corporation by (what I think was) its workers. I think this scene was towards the end of the movie, and it took place in a more modern looking building and everyone seemed to be wearing business suits. I think lots of papers flew around too. I saw the move clip sometime in the late 1990's, and the movie had the "feel" of something from the 1980's or so. I remember the surrealism of the scene made the film appear to be comedy, but I'm not entirely sure this is the case.
Unfortunately, this is all I can remember about this movie... I know it's a bit sketchy, but if anyone has any ideas as to what this movie was, I'd really appreciate it.