I really, really don't understand the headline. What has George Orwell got to do with anything? Is there a way to reverse the equivalence? as in,
if Michael Bay is the George Orwell of Product placement,
then George Orwell is the Michael Bay of _?_
What? Scathing political writers? Sickly Englishmen? Social commentators? Champions of prose clarity? Is the intended meaning that Bay is as clear and straight forward with the product placement as Orwell is with his opinions? I'm really stretching here...
Except, you know, then it wouldn't be a 2 minute quicky lesson on a handy mnemonic trick. Which is also good.
Wait, but the description says:
"Filmed using Panavision® Cameras & Lenses"
The cycles of fashion run tighter and tighter – the 90's are all over music right now, soon computers will go back to colored-clear plastics and there will be a clam-shell phone (but with a touchscreen). That red stripe is not old-fashioned, it's retro-chic.
"Note: The PL/EF mount works with SLR Magic PL lenses only."
In my admittedly limited – but heavily google-assisted – experience there is no easy way of getting PL glass on EF cameras without either major caveats or major operations on the camera or lens. The flange-distance is simply too close.
That's actually 31 films, or more, depending on how you count the Dekalog...