Dead of Night
I took Jack to the studio. At christmas, my dad got my girlfriend a copy of 'Dead of Night', a horror film from the Ealing Studios made in the 40's. It was a perfect mix of classic horror, comedy and creepyness.
One of the stories revolves around the relationship between one man and his ventriloquist dummy. It's often the story that's mainly remembered from it, and I'm assuming was used to advertise the film as this publicity image seems to pop up alot - THIS IMAGE - and I thought it was great and wanted to recreate it with someone.
I in no way think Jack is my ventriloquist dummy. I definitely can't control what he says.