At 11:27 AM +0100 3/15/02, David Skreiner wrote:
>. The studios have a reputation for wanting quick
>cash, which is created by putting bums on seats in the midwest.
>So if a midwestern lower-middle-class audience doesn't like the
>movie... it's back to the cutting room.
If that's true, then why aren't all the test screenings done in the
midwest? In fact, they're done mostly in California. Before you
start making assertions about Hollywood's response to regional/class
stratification in the USA, you need to do more research.
--Richard J. Leskosky
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