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The New Yorker Reviews Virgin America's Flight Safety Video
Richard Brody: "What's fascinating, at first, is the mere idea; then, the whimsical tone (the electronic nun-sense, the snark about 'the .001 percent of you who have never operated a seat belt before - really?!?'). But as the video progresses, it offers remarkable signs of the cinematic unconscious - or a subtly brazen audacity - at work." The New Yorker 11/06/13 (includes video)
Posted November 12, 2013 12:48 AM

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