The Fine Art of Separating People from Their Money

The Fine Art of Separating People from Their Money (1998)

Documentary

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

Director: Hermann Vaske

Release Date: 1998-01-01
Status: Released
Run time: 170 min / 2:50

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Casts

Dennis Hopper
Host
David Lynch
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Spike Lee
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Ridley Scott
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Dennis Hopper
Introduction
Alan Parker
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Harvey Keitel
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Dave Stewart
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David Bowie
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Crew

Directing Hermann Vaske Director
Sound Tom Batoy Sound Director
Writing Hermann Vaske Writer

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