The Cannes Film Festival just released their poster for this year’s festival and it is utterly beautiful, isn’t it? A remastered photo of Joanne Woodward and Paul Newman, it was taken during the shooting of A New Kind of Love, by Melville Shavelson (1963).
You can read more about the poster here.
Some kind of wonderful! When actors were acting stars and not just celebrities acting like stars!
So I would compare it to a graph of American consumption of fast food. If they are the fattest people in the Western world with a shrinking grocery bill they are getting calories from somewhere Perhaps not Whole Foods, Krogers or Publix, but KFC!
In 1984, the average U.S. household spent 16.8 percent of its annual post-tax income on food. By 2011, Americans spent only 11.2 percent. The U.S. devotes less of its income to food than any other country—half as mu ch as households in France and one-fourth of those in India.
Read more at Bloomberg Businessweek
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