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The Last Kiss Opens With Some Love For Toyota Prius

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snipshot_1fd7jbjfbv.jpgI’ve seen the trailer and I’m definitely curious about the film, but Grist has a got a green scoop on how The Last Kiss begins:

“As the film begins, the lens is focused knee-height at a number of women (with very nice legs) walking at a crosswalk. The camera then pans up very slowly to focus on the front of a black Prius — Toyota logo very much visible. As the shot continues to move up, two main characters — Michael (Braff) and Jenna (Barrett) — are seen seated in the car. Jenna says something to Michael to the effect of ‘What are you thinking about?’ And Michael replies, ‘I was just thinking how convenient it is for me that it’s considered hip to drive a $20,000 hybrid car.’

The review comes from Sarah over at Grist — and the scoop comes to us from Sustainable Style. One wonders how much of this the Honda Civic Hybrid can take before it fires its publicist and agent. Where’s the love, people? Where’s the love?

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