Another One of Those 'Green is the New Black!!!1' Things.


There's a lot you can say about becoming more eco-conscious: that it's responsible, forward-thinking and personally/socially fulfilling, for example.

But in a spot called "Good Green," the Sundance Channel takes the go-green hype and staples on a passel of adjectives that ring both hollow and wince-worthy: sexy, trippy, fierce.

Confusingly, there's also a shot of Isabella Rossellini flirtatiously hugging a giant lobster.

WOW. Thanks for all the abstraction, BIGSMACKtv. We're definitely feeling the backhand.

by Angela Natividad    Apr-17-09   Click to Comment   
Topic: Commercials, Promotions, Strange, Television   

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She's been doing these plant sex videos for a while now. They're enormously creepy and moderately sort-of educational. I tend to think she's just a freak, which would explain the David Lynch stuff.

Posted by: B on April 19, 2009 3:22 PM

I feel like America is just making this ridiculous cycle with the marketing world. First we fill our country with fast food which inevitably has lead to obesity (wow!) and then we turn around and give and start making these hormone chemical filled diet pills that i am sure will one day have some odd effect on the body and then have to figure out how to cure...
well my point is. we have dirtied up our air and throw away our natural resources and then what do we do? we freak out! did they really think that they were going to last forever?!?! so now.... this "green" thing which has actually been around forever!!!! (its called being responsible and conscious of our planet) but now we are using it as this new fashion thing. its a new image for people to strive for. which i find to be completely oximoronic. but america... will keep doing what it will. and hopefully this huge marketing scheme(which oddly is the only way marketers think that they will catch the public's attention) will actually open peoples eyes and make a difference.
groove on...

Posted by: rachel Santarelli on April 29, 2009 3:02 PM