Since Charlie Chaplin Modern Times in 1936
Various movies evoked factories and mass production tricks
Starting with Flashdance, where our dancer is at first working for the metal industry
Wearing a splinter protection mask and a coveralls just before revealing her dancing body.
Then there was Joe versus the volcano with a factory extracted from a Tim Burton picture,
A place so shabby that we’re glad Joe decides to leave for an insane adventure.
Recently there was Super 8 where the factory equals death and drama.
Seeing all this, let’s say I’ll stay out of production lines. It’s more suitable for my karma
Because, let’s be honest, I’m nothing like a super dancer and not a huge fan of death!
I utterly need a catchphrase, everybody has one in the US.