whitespace's picture
1953 pencils

If this wasn't a scam, it'd be darn irritating.

What if some old lady tripped and died while coming down the escalator?

My guess is that most people who aren't interested to begin with still won't be interested after the prank.

the_ashlands's picture
1394 pencils

i dont buy it...shutting the lights out at a mall like that may cause panic...this smells fake to me

fersvax's picture
1239 pencils

Stinks fake, actually.


lsadunb's picture
575 pencils

Something similar but with auditive defficient was made in Argentina. We couldn't listen to the sound of the movie. Than the concept "If you were angry because you didn't listen for 3 minutes, imagine people who stay like that for all life. Donate... etc."

the_ashlands's picture
1394 pencils

so you missed three minutes of audio in a movie you paid admission for?? thats bullshit! i dont think that is an effective way to coax people into donating.

lsadunb's picture
575 pencils


I don't think it is effective. But it was not the movie they cut the audio. They cut the audio from a trailer, I guess. Anyway, that idea was made 5, 6 years ago. See ya,

mrtalented's picture
2173 pencils

encouraging eye donation or merchandise robbery? it works for a creative workshop. not for real life. imagine accidents and getting sued afterward. if it was a blackout in cinema before the movie screening and the same voice over came, i'll buy it.

because it's the place where sight and sound are essentials. and people already stick to their seats. no harm done and ready for any audio played. you can also set a donation counter outside the cinemas.

sdobry's picture
109 pencils

you made nice turn of the initial idea, respect!

DK's picture
43 pencils

electricity goes off all the time in kochi kerala india. the people there are used to it. lame idea

breezer's picture
18 pencils

dudes, if you did actually do this,(he!he!)dont think ppl would think abt eye donation. rather think it's one normal evening in their lives. with the problems of electricity plaguing the country

elmikel's picture
1147 pencils

I don't know how long the lights were off but if it was just for a sec, no harm could have been possibly done.
I think it frightened people and it was just a simple blackout for a moment. After this experience and after VO coming on I believe it made people really think about it.
I personally would donate...I'm glad I have no such problems...

Desi's picture
1052 pencils

Mother of all scams. Ivan how come you let these kind of stuff in man.

mikelite's picture
1031 pencils

wow, this is not only a bad scam, but also scary & irresponsible. turning off the lights in a mall? talk about a stupid suggestion.

Wren's picture
66 pencils

Technical error: Look closely at the second frame, you still see people.

Yokel's picture
604 pencils

Nice photochopped 'lights out' shot! Haha! Let's just down the levels 60% and add a black gradient at the top .... *sigh*

adstrike's picture
334 pencils

jajaja add black to scam... Impossible in a shopping mall, In a cinema could work better, agree whit mrtalented.

adstrike's picture
334 pencils

In a cinema could work better, agree whit mrtalented.

adstrike's picture
334 pencils

Add black to scam… Impossible in a shopping mall. In a cinema could work better, agree whit mrtalented.

kalpesh78's picture
2580 pencils

it has scam written all over it.
no mall would do this. and for how long? 1 day, 2 weeks.. how long can a mall afford to lose customers... this is so obviously stupid

ideas....30 minutes nahi toh free.

bluesprint's picture
44 pencils

i think thats going too far into people's private space..

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