George Tannenbaum on the future of advertising,
the decline of the English Language and other frivolities. 100% jargon free.
A Business Insider "Most Influential" blog.
Thursday, February 18, 2016
You've never seen, in all likelihood, Orson Welles' 1947 movie, "The Lady from Shanghai," but it is really worth watching.
If you can get over Welles' really "Gilligan's Island"-Irish accent, you get to see Rita Hayworth deshabille and the always brilliant Everett Sloane (Bernstein from "Kane.") You'll also see one of the great movie climaxes of all time, the famous mirror scene.
As a parallel to agency life however, I give you the above. Even out of context it's great. In context, it's even more.