I was watching a few films on sky, the first for a while. Then at the end of the film the credits came up. Why do they need to thank everyone, who is remotely connected with the film, gone are the days of actors, Director camera men, lighting and Sound. It is beginning to seem like a novel they are writing.What got me was that the Chefs who did the catering were mentioned, I am sure that they did a great job for the film crew, but must they be mentioned in the credits. Does that mean if they had done a bad job, the crew would not have made the film?
Then the bank was given credit, for providing the money for the film, with a mention of the vice president of the bank, I do realise that with out backing the film could not be made. Does anyone really care about knowing every single person who was involved. Will you love or hate the film any better.?
Does it involve the modern obsession, that everyone wants to be famous for at least five minutes. I do feel that it is now verging on the ridiculous, and they should all get a grip on themselves. It really has gone too far. That seems to be the way of a lot of things in modern life. Common sense seems to have gone out the window.