Sybil Dessau of Fawlty Productions is the one who kept the camera (and me) rolling for the TEDxManhattan video even though I wasn't feeling well. She did a highly professional job under rather stressful conditions.
Now I'm rolling with laughter after watching this trailer she created for the movie American Shopper. I've had tears rolling down my cheeks even after watching it several times. It's worth a whole lot of tweets in my opinion.
I try to avoid using hyperbole, but to me it's not just funny, it's hilarious right from the opening scene. It's difficult to pick a favorite, but the young girl who wanted to know what her grandmother would do really got my attention with her dance. Who is your fav?
Absolutely no criticism intended but I think this would have been a good show at the TEDxManhattan event. It tells a story about American supermarket life in the center aisles in a lighthearted but meaningful way. We could use some funny food in the often too-serious urban ag and food movement.
We are the inventors of the supermarket food and fast food society and we need to fix it. It's particularly unfortunate that we exported it all over the industrialized world. As we know, there's no eraser button next to the send button. So Ollie, now what are we gonna do about this mess?