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Friday, 24 July 2009

David Bertram & Leo Berne and Matthijs van Heijningen

Original by David Fincher (director), Jim Uhls 
(screenwriter) & Chuck Palahniuk (author)

Rip-off by David Bertram & Leo Berne 
(creative team)and Matthijs van Heijningen 
Isn't it amazing the number of advertising cunts 
whose 'love of film' translates into stealing from
films they love?

Why do they do it? 

Because it's the closest to filmmaking they'll
ever get. The equivalent of a stalker 
snatching knickers from a washing-line to be 
wanked over in the cold night, dead-nerved 
cock lubricated by tears of self-disgust.

Absolute cunts.

Monday, 20 July 2009

Flo & Pet and DSG

Original byTaijin Takeuchi

Rip off by Flo & Pet (directors) and DSG (agency)

Here's Flo & Pet's utterly pathetic attempt to defend their plagiarism of 'A Wolf Loves a Pork':

"While we were looking for a way to realise a story describing 'a journey through time' based on printed images, we were inspired by Mr Takeuchi's brilliant work. For this reason we intentionally quoted his work in our little movie while showing full respect to his original idea. We didn't mention his name because we did not want to do so without his prior agreement. However after considering some of the comments posted here we have decided to add credits to him and his work, which we obviously absolutely love."
You absolutely love it, do you? Do you really? 
Do you absolutely love your dog? Do you piss in it's eyes when it greets you at the door? Do you funnel liquid concrete down it's yap-hole then hurl it out the window and await the squelch of it's impact, idly toying with your jaded orifices while perusing YouTube for more things to steal? 
If you absolutely love something, you don't abuse it. You respect it. You know that. We know that. So please spare us this simpering drivel. 
Gargantuan cunts, one and all.