Approved | | Comedy, Drama, Romance
A series of misunderstandings leaves an advertising executive with a campaign for a product which has not yet been invented, while he romances his rival in the guise of its inventor.
The colors of the smoke in the explosions in Dr. Tyler's chemical laboratory correspond to the ultimate colors of the candy wrappers on the final VIP product.
Peter 'Pete' Ramsey:
You know, everyone should go through analysis.
Jerry Webster: Not everyone can afford it, Pete.
Peter 'Pete' Ramsey: That's the tragedy of it. Look at these poor people. They go through life contented, happy, laughing. Never knowing how sick they are.
At one point in the film, Jerry and Carol talk with an aquarium behind them, which holds a fish that is eaten by another as the scene ends. The "aquarium" is clearly just a short loop of film being played forwards and backwards in succession - the fish repeats the same two motions over and over until it is eaten.
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