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    35 cents

    Framing and priming of corporate US conglomerates in 1969 who ignore the responsibility for the children and the youth it targets.

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    35 cents

    Directed by Michael H. Henderson 2022 134 min
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    From the point of view of Bess, a youth troubled by the framing and priming of corporate US conglomerates in 1969 who ignore the responsibility for the children and the youth it targets. Robbie, her boyfriend, participates with his friends Lisa and Erik who are involved in the protests at their university challenging the institutional structure of the mid 20th century. Advertising agencies and media become an important player in the lobbying theater and share a joint responsibility in the propagation of US culture globally within corporation(s), religion(s), and government(s). 35 cents explores these concepts with the idea that the population was more accepting and diverse than the US media, corporations, and government portrayed. Media controlled by corporate and government leaders perhaps did not understand the importance of their actions.

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    35 cents

    From the point of view of Bess, a youth troubled by the framing and priming of corporate US conglomerates in 1969 who ignore the responsibility for the children and the youth it targets. Robbie, her boyfriend, participates with his friends Lisa and Erik who are involved in the protests at their university challenging the institutional structure of the mid 20th century. Advertising agencies and media become an important player in the lobbying theater and share a joint responsibility in the propagation of US culture globally within corporation(s), religion(s), and government(s). 35 cents explores these concepts with the idea that the population was more accepting and diverse than the US media, corporations, and government portrayed. Media controlled by corporate and government leaders perhaps did not understand the importance of their actions.

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