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TV: Mad Men: “Far Away Places”

There are few shows on the air more effective than Mad Men at portraying how the feeling of everything spinning out of control can seem completely normal in the moment. Through its camerawork and editing choices this season, the series is focusing more and more on its notion of how time seems to have sped up and raced past these characters. They’re losing their youth. The culture values people far younger than them.
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