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Re: New Cintel Ad
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- Subject: Re: New Cintel Ad
- From: J Snopes <JSnopes at aol.com>
- Date: Thu, 22 Jan 1998 01:45:47 EST
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I just got the new issue of Millimeter, and there's a new pro-film Cintel
ad, which praises CRT transfers over CCD transfers. Fair enough.
However, the ad's iconography is a bit confusing. Since the point of the
ad is that CRTs are good (and CCDs are less good), why have the little
cartoon character in the ad -- "Jonathan" -- holding his foot in pain
after kicking in, believe it or not, a CRT???!!
Yes, the CRT he smashes is on a TV set rather than a Cintel telecine, but
this is a very very odd subliminal message, I think...
Perhaps Cintel's new ad agency is a Philips subsidiary? ;-)
Anyone else see this, and have a similar reaction?
(The sort of person the ad is aimed at, in Muncie, Indiana.)
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