The Tiffany Effect

2022-03-22 07:05

The Tiffany Effect is a phenomenon related to our perception of long [[Time]].

It refers to things that don't fit with our common image of the 'past' because we assume they are 'modern.'

For example, Ridley Scott avoided putting billboards in Gladiator because, although they had them in Roman times, they wouldn't have fit with our current image of the past.