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Abr aham Philocrat
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- I am a Philosopher (a very good one!), a scientist and a musician. Currently learning to play keyboard and notate in musical language......always learning and still learning everything!
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The Movie industry has in recent years put so much pressure on many movie stars around the world to stay young in order to be productive and help sell movies. The competition, especially in Hollywood, has in recent times reached feverish heights. It's no wonder so many distraught movie star have had to go under the plastic surgeon's knives.
But, one may simply ask: why the pressure? Why put so many movies stars under so much stress? Is this really the answer?
On a second thoughts, it seems to me as if the movie industry is the only industry that does not use statistics to make commercial decisions. It seems as if all the commercial decisions made in the home of movies, Hollywood, revolve around 'Human Flesh'. Question: Why based commercial decisions on flesh and flesh alone? What happens to hard-headed commercial decisions based on statistics-driven movie market? Questions such as: how many old people go the the movie? what type of movie are watched by old people? How many middle aged people go to the movie and what kind of movie do they watch? How many young people go to the movie and what do they too watch? And so forth.
BIG QUESTION: But the world is made of families and family-driven..families are usually composed of the young, the middle-aged and the old...what happens to making a movie that appeals to all?
After all, the biggest spenders aught to be the middle-aged and the old, and it's no secret that they hold 99% of the world's wealth.
Anyway, it's just a train of thoughts running through me that I thought someone out there might know the answers. If you know the answers to all these questions, please drop by an share them with us. Otherwise, just read it and pass over in silence. Many thanks.
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