Mad Men - Season 5
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|Running Time||591 mins|
|Languages||English (Dolby Digital 5.1)|
Hendricks , Christina,
Moss , Elisabeth
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Mad Men Say the Darndest Things – Take a look at the best one-liners from the series and perhaps you will see your favorite!
The Uniform Time Act of 1966 – A pictorial time line explores the history of Daylight Savings Time and its official observance in the United States.
What Shall I Love If Not the Enigma? – A glance into the life and work of metaphysical artist Giorgio de Chirico.
The Party of the Century – Author Deborah Davis and legendary bandleader Peter Duchin take you inside Truman Capote’s infamous Black & White Masquerade Ball.
Scoring Mad Men: Inside a Session – Join composer David Carbonarra, orchestrator Geoff Stradling and sound engineer Jim Hill in the recording studio as they discuss their formula for scoring Mad Men.
Commentaries – Matthew Weiner and the cast and crew of Mad Men take viewers behind the scenes in feature-length audio commentaries for Season 5.
Mad Men Season 5 on 25.11.2012
MAD MEN is a quality TV 'soapie' best viewed from Season one as there is a continuity to the tales. SBS is still showing series 2 late at night. Perhaps the newer series have become prohibitively expensive? I've just finished viewing series 5 and....well, at the beginning five shows it was a bit slow then picked up momentum and finished in fine form. The music is original - scored in 1960s style using mics and techniques that are no longer used by recording studios (in order to capture an authentic 60s sound). The 'extras' for DVD viewers only, includes a lengthy documentary on how music was written at home electronically then re-recorded using a 30-piece orchestra. Worth getting hold of the DVD for that story alone if you are a music industry professional. A couple of the original characters have been written out of the future series. The beautiful blonde (Betty - ex-wife of Don) seems to have a real-life weight problem that has been cleverly written into s, while her young d