Cindy Lee Garcia sues the director of the movie Innocence of Muslims. She accuses the director of not informing her about the content of the film. Garcia admits that she had no idea what the message of this anti-Islam movie was initially. Moreover Garcia says that during the shooting the script was absolutely different and she could hardly imagine the film was insulting the Muslims and the prophet Muhammed. Garcia is sure that the footage was redone. She says that the words and dialogues during the shooting of the film were absolutely different. “The actors were deceived. My voice was dubbed, and it wasn't even my voice. I had no idea he did that until the trailer came out. My only part was the role of a mother talking to her husband, her daughter and this man named
It is a well-known fact that companies invest a lot of money in their promo campaigns. Paying thousands of dollars for a short ad may look ridiculous, but in fact, these campaigns turn out to be 100% ergonomically justified in no time. Let’s check the most expensive examples.
1. Apple’s Macintosh, 1984. $600, 000 for 60 second video. This ad was made by a famous movie director Ridley Scott. The video is not actually an advertisement in the full meaning of the word, but a short masterpiece of cinematography that echoes with Orwell’s “1984”.