The Fine Art of Separating People from Their Money
An examination of the evolution of commercials as an artistic medium, featuring interviews with media luminaries who relate how the in-your-face stylistic conventions of commercials have influenced feature films and the visual arts. A documentary film talking about art and advertising divided in three parts: 1. Crossing Over - from cinema to ads from ads to cinema 2. Humour - How humour affects us in advertising 3. Shock - The way shock is used to sell
- Stars:Jon Amiel, Rowan Atkinson, Sandra Bernhard, David Bowie, John Cleese, Abel Ferrara, Anthony Hopkins, Dennis Hopper, Tony Kaye, Harvey Keitel, Spike Lee, Robert Longo, Frank Lowe, Edward Lucie-Smith, David Lynch,
- Director:Hermann Vaske,
- Writer:Hermann Vaske
An examination of the evolution of commercials as an artistic medium, featuring interviews with media luminaries who relate how the in-your-face stylistic conventions of commercials have influenced feature films and the visual arts. A documentary film talking about art and advertising divided in three parts: 1. Crossing Over - from cinema to ads from ads to cinema
2. Humour - How humour affects us in advertising
3. Shock - The way shock is used to sell . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Fine Art of Separating People from Their Money torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Triste ralit sur l'Inde moderne! Sad reality about modern India!
(au) wrote: Not bad for a direct to dvd "sequel" that has absolutely nothing to do with the original.
(au) wrote: ultimately little payoff and carryover.
(es) wrote: rubbish! barrymore comes off silly and out of place in this absurd yarn!
(gb) wrote: Not bad semi-serious sci-fi film for a Van Damme movie in a popular then time travel theme.
(br) wrote: It became clear by 1974 Hammer films was dying a death unable to keep up with the new fangled horror films coming from the States and Europe.But before it died it produced some one off memorable cult classics such as this one .Director Brian Clemens has always had a knack when telling a great story ,he did afterall create the classic Tv series The Avengers,Thriller and The professionals and his film works include the classic Dr Jekyll Sister Hyde and the cracking thriller And Soon The Darkness.Here Clemens riifs on the old vampire theme by having the vamps suck the lifeforce from young rather than blood .The vampires are pursued by the corageous Captain Kronos and his able assistant in all things vampire Grost.When they arrive in a small village where girls have been winding up dead they set to track and kill the killer before he/she strikes again.Clemens chucks in references to Westerns,Samurai films and of course good old fashoined swashbuckling as well , was a dab hand at at this genre cross over and the Avengers was packed with episodes such as Fog and of course Epic which spoofed big time film productions, Clemens directs his script with plenty of panache and ample Caroline Munro who not only is a knockout beauty but also gets to show some acting chops as well.Thrown away by its distributor on realease its easy to see why this film has gained a cult following ,its marvellous and it proves again how Brain Clemens is up their with Nigel Kneale in the Horror and Sci Fi canon .
(kr) wrote: I did not really like this movie.
(fr) wrote: The phrase 'sack of wank' is used far too often in critical circles these days, but this next film...
(de) wrote: Very enjoyable doc, very fascinating subject. Deeper than I expected. Definitely worth seeing.
(jp) wrote: Not perfect. Not even near what it should have been. But that doesn't mean it's bad for what it is. While the mixture of documentary style and found footage is sore on the eyes, and the lack dinosaur variety is disappointing, it's still a fun ride. Surprisingly decent characters, though a lot of them are given the short stick and many fates are unknown. The evolved dinosaurs look great though, the scenery is beautiful, and the whole idea around the film is a win. The Dinosaur Project may not be as exciting as one would hope it to be, I still enjoyed it thoroughly.