Posted 6 years ago on March 12, 2013, 4:28 p.m. EST by ZenDogTroll
from South Burlington, VT
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It's excellent. Well worth the one hundred minute investment - it explores the history and development of subliminal advertising techniques, debunking the ad industry claims we don't use them and if we did they wouldn't work; documents that the basic goal of subliminal advertising is to hook some very basic needs and or fears, documents the goal of instilling anxiety for the purpose of providing a solution, which is whatever product being sold - including of all things - BUSHITE.
It does not go into great detail regarding the creation and use of what I call Manchurian Candidates but it does provide a starting point and it offers individuals who are very clear in their warnings against the general practice of deceptive, fraudulent, and /or subliminal advertising.