Not only a film of immense pacing and quality dialogue, but a perfect example of how seemingly small lies end up engulfing lives and businesses.
There’s an incredible scene in the film that looks at the power of persuasion. If you can find the key that unlocks a client’s motivation, it’s a powerful thing.
What’s the Invisible Man of business development? Well, that’s mindset: the perception we have about our abilities and qualities, such as intelligence and creativity. That thing we can’t see, but has so much control over our outlook.
Recently I was watching Jaws, my all time favourite film, (I watch it, on average, once a month), when it suddenly hit me: BD to fee earners is the shark to the mayor of Amity Island!
Moneyball tells the true story of Billy Beane, the general manager of baseball team Oakland Athletics, played brilliantly by Brad Pitt, and his decision to challenge the traditional system and reinvent his team by outsmarting the richer teams.
Fatal Attraction is a brilliant psychological thriller with an unforgettable performance by Glenn Close. A story of infidelity and revenge. What’s great is how the tension and unease is built up over the course of the film, which is both gripping and hard to watch.