From the New Yorker October 31st, 2011 review of Margin Call by David Denby –
“It’s about corporate manners – the protocols of hierarchy, the difficulty of confronting flagrant habits of speculation of truth.”
Makes me think of contemporary dance.
The protocols of hierarchy – famous people can get away with crap non-famous people would be booed off the stage for.
Speculation of truth – how nobody calls anybody on their so vague as to be meaningless and therefore inaccurate contextualisations of work.