15
Aug
09

Su casa no es mi casa

Came across a 2-page “special advertising section” for Grey Goose Vodka entitled “On the Terrace with Edward Burns” in the new Vanity Fair. The copy begins, “Filmmaker and actor Edward Burns enjoys getting together with friends old and new in New York’s Southampton. Here he shares a few of his entertaining principles that make everyday occasions extra special…”

This badly cropped photo doesn’t really convey the expansiveness of the ad’s outdoor gathering, which is apparently taking place on a fabulous bi-level terrace attached to a fabulous duplex.
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It’s the tagline that got to me: “The perfect evening is one that reminds you that you don’t need to leave home to have a good time.” — Edward Burns

Very true if your home is as grand as this one, but for those of us living in less exalted digs, the perfect evening often involves escaping the claustrophobia of one’s tiny combination living room/kitchen/dining area. Bah.

On to happier things: Saw the film “(500) Days of Summer” and liked it much better than I thought I would. (The commercials, like all movie commercials, made it look a bit twee.)  As for the immensely likable Joseph Gordon-Levitt, isn’t he already the object of many crushes? His attractively lovelorn “(500) Days” character should win him a whole slew of obsessive fans. Good luck with that, buddy.

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