Originally when I started this series, I did preface that content updates were subject to my availability. Alas, I have found some time to continue with the third installment of the “Awesome Vintage Legal ad of the Week” series.
This week (month…Year…) we touch on the darker side of legal advertising. The scene starts and ends on the protagonist in a dark room, peering out the blinds, reciting scathing lines of anguish and revenge. His face, half in darkness and half in fragmented light, symbolizes the duality and fragmentation of his fragile state. The blocking portrays a character longing for a normal life, but is tormented by anger and imprisoned by darkness and fear. The actor obviously referenced his high school performance of “Hamlet” in preparation for this role.