In the movie, American Gigolo, every set in every scene was designed in colors that made the star, Richard Gere, look good.
Think about that. The carpets, the chairs, the lamps. Everything was in his color scheme to maximize the woof! And, it worked. He looked good. Yes. Yes, he did. Woof!
In fact, the movie is pretty meh. I don't recommend it. But Richard? Very... memorable.
Mind you, this was 1980 and 31-year-old Richard was in his prime. At least I thought so but I didn't realized I was being worked by the drapes and such. People magazine didn't declare him the sexiest man alive until 19 years later. By then, he was a household name. But American Gigolo is what first catapulted him into the national consciousness. This was two years before An Officer and a Gentleman and long before the word "gerbil" got forever linked to his name.*
I think, sometimes, that this is what I need. No, not a gerbil. That's disgusting! No... Someone who's job it is to make me look good in every situation. Someone to find the right clothes and the right backdrops and the right lighting and, as long as we're at it, somebody to write clever lines for me, too.
So, um, get on that, will ya?
* According to IMDb, Richard's middle name is "Tiffany". I kid you not. Maybe he started the gerbil rumors himself to draw attention away from this detail.