6 Comments on "Wasn’t it Romantic?"

  1. Nice catch!

    I find it interesting how often films have shown — often exultantly — this kind of effortless cultural transmission, even as their copyright holders have lobbied to make that less and less possible in real life.

    Just sayin’.

  2. Yes it is a little more than ironic, but it doesn’t surprise me, executives of the productions companies such as Sony/ATV rarely (if ever) give a thought to the creative process. In stead they’re too busy trying to shore up their crumbling empires by destroying the creative process itself.

    Just my 2 cents


  3. I may be missing the part where copying takes place. There are several unique instances where the song is performed/played but there doesn’t seem to be a moment where the original song, lyrics and performance are written, copied and distributed or sold to others.

    Simply singing a song that you’ve heard out loud doesn’t make a new copy of the original.

  4. Albert,

    the last sentence of you is worth an award. Those manufacturing of creativity isn’t worth anything.

    Just my 2 1/2 cents.

    CK, Master of Lötzinn