Straight Razor: A Short Film about the Traditional Barbershop


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"[...] 'cause honestly, the barbershop is one of the few last refuges of an old man, you know, where you can go and be a man's man. And if that ever goes away, it'll be a sad day, because I don't think that it'll ever come back." So speaks barber Dave Devine of American Classic Barbershop of St. Louis in this short film by Bruton Stroube.

via Doobybrain | Studio Website

Previously by Bruton Stroube Studios: Breakfast Interrupted

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Barber shops weren't exactly a part of Rudyard Kiplings version of a Man.

Text of Rudyard Kiplings "If"
http://www.everypoet.com/archive/poetry/Rudyard_Kipling/kipling_if.htm

Kiplings "If" in really neat Kinetic Typography
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1tTeZNfwesg
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Went with my then husband to his barber back in the 90's My ex needed a high and tight since he was in the reserves. The barber got out a straight razor, stropped it, grabbed my ex's ear, and quickly razored around it. Could have sworn he had sliced my ex's ear off!! lol Absolutely amazing.
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