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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

  1. Hermann Vaske

    Director, Writer

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  1. Dennis Hopper

    Dennis Hopper

    Host

  2. David Lynch

    David Lynch

    Himself

  3. Spike Lee

    Spike Lee

    Himself

  4. Ridley Scott

    Ridley Scott

    Himself

  5. Dennis Hopper

    Dennis Hopper

    Introduction

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The Fine Art of Separating People from Their Money

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  • January 1, 1998
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 2h 50m

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