Speedy Mobile: Messenger

Advertising Agency: Young & Rubicam Perú
Executive Creative Director: Flavio Pantigoso
Copywriter: José Miguel Rivera
Art Director: Erick Galván
Agency Producer: Patricia de la Cuba
Production Assistant: Andrea del Valle
Production: Cine70, Lima
Director: Ricardo Maldonado
Direction Assistant: Antonio Quijano
Executive Producer: Paola Pastrana
Audio: Digital Audio Studios, Lima
Audio Producers: Ricardo Núñez, Claudia Incio
Audio Producer: Erick Falcón
General Manager: Eduardo Grisolle
Account Supervisor: Manuel Ahumada
Client Approval: José Luis Gamero, Luis Eduardo Garván, Fiorella Espejo

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slowrider's picture
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one should not take life so seriously - as one will not come out of it alive.

rdavisdesign's picture
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Awesome. What else is there to say!

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Very cool. Truly insightful, a real find!

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Emran Hayat
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a quick work.. excellent

Creativity is a natural extension of our enthusiasm

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what a copycat - i didn`t know - that youtube is the new creative director for agencies - that don`t have any ideas for their clients products

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The technique, not the idea. Which is totally different. And that is what youtube and arts and techniques are meant for.
What you do with the technique is called talent.
And what you do with your jealousy is called therapy.

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Thank God for the last post.

Wordnerd's picture
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Thanks man. if this counts as stolen, the field for creativity is getting very narrow.
still, they could have come up with different short-entertainment ideas

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I like this atractive idea

kergu's picture
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ok is good..but... only the vehicles on the front can get the message....

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No, it was aired national TV, as filmed BTL action.

kergu's picture
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ohhh.. ok well done...

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Good work boys!

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Love it! So creative and obviously spectators liked it/took camera phone pics/stopped, which drives the brand into their minds and makes them want to check it out (which is the point).

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funny great idea :)

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The idea would be far clearer if this video explained what they used to say on the first video of this series; "Internet invade las calles", Internet takes the street, as what they are advertising is the internet antenna for anyone to get online anywhere.

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Same as the japanese on youtube!..

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I love it - I dont think its a rip off, especially as the other isnt an ad, they are just implimenting the technique - if its "ripping off" then I suppose no one can use cameras anymore, forget using photoshop - what a rip off.

Even tho I love it, I got a little lost, I couldnt understand the product and what was happening, could someone tell me about it please? its very cool.

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