In this unique film, Dennis Hopper sends Hermann Vaske on a mission around the world to find out about the crossover between creative disciplines, and how this is changing the creative and commercial arts.
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"Is it art? Is it business? Should it be shocking? Should it be funny? Could you do better?" In this unique film, Dennis Hopper sends Hermann Vaske on a mission around the world to find out about the crossover between creative disciplines, and how this is changing the creative and commercial arts. With insights from Tony Scott, Spike Lee, Paul Arden, and Harvey Keitel this film shows the proximity between advertising, art, and film. Written by
What basically is a quite good documentary on advertising (a 7, maybe) is turned into a really good acting lesson by the man, Dennis Hopper. Seen a few times sitting on a sofa in a desert in what looks like Australia, he acts as a bridge between chapters. The way he does it has to be seen. As good are these scenes in terms of lighting and directing.
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