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Subculture saved her, at least from high school hell, and she found where she belonged. He seemed, after seven seasons of soul searching, close to finding some essential truth up there on that hill with a bunch of hippies.
It was a shadow of the kind of celebrity involvement that the Civil Rights era inspired, but it still felt good in the shade.
It's a cruel ending, but a knowing one: show creator Matthew Weiner understood that all of us wanted some kind pay-off, we wanted to believe that Don could grow and discover himself and become good.
So he tricked us: he gave us that smile and then he rotted it away by making it about Coke. Sugar water certainly was in the mix this week: the next night I headed down to Sunset Park in Brooklyn to watch the spectacular FKA Twigs perform at a Red Bull sponsored concert in Brooklyn—and it was as if Don Draper's ad had come to living, breathing life.
Maybe I do not remember when I became a rebel because I never really and truly did—I just have random sweet moments when it tasted like the real thing.
"San Francisco" was written by John Phillips, the leader of the 1960s group The Mamas and the Papas, but it was sung by Mc Kenzie.
But as Draper's smile faded, it was replaced by a Coke commercial, a famous one from 1971 that traded off of hippie sentiment by filming a bunch of beautiful youngsters in folk apparel sharing a Coke.
Draper was smirking not because of the satisfaction of self-discovery, but because he'd thought of a way to turn enlightenment into a brilliant ad—just another way to sell things.Twigs weighs her options and makes choices, and so do you.The world is too complicated and expensive to be idealistic or radical in entirety. In a memory that might not even have happened how we remember it.Maybe these days, the point is that you never really are wholly counterculture or wholly bourgeois.Maybe you're always both, constantly oscillating between good and bad, ugly and beautiful, radical and boring, and doing your best with each moment to do the right thing, to win small victories when it feels right to you to fight at all.Hopper was a kid, hoping to impress a group of high school guys by seeming grunge (the important subculture of her era) but she consequently embarrassed herself one day by not recognizing a song by a particular band that all true grunge fans worshipped.