This blog is written by Richard Woolfenden: teacher, film producer and eclectic blogger about stuff. All the views expressed in this blog are my own.
Thursday, 31 July 2008
During our working lives we are often confronted with new jargon. Sometimes we are expected to use it even if we know it's temporary adoption will make fools of us all. In Michael McGrath's beautifully conceived short film, a competition between middle-ranking managers to 'push the envelope' with their usage of new business jargon is taken to hilarious extremes. Please enjoy the unity of great cinematography, a classic score and "I Dream of Genie" sound effects. The directing and script aren't bad either.
This film is at least 4 years old and Mike is a close friend who I've been cajoling to put his films out on the web. Thanks for giving in Mike.
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