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Breath

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August 2010
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One breath. One minute. One commercial.

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Rod Schwartz's picture
Rod Schwartz
Activity Score 8

Nicely done! That gasp at the end nailed the spot, evoking a primal and universal experience, i.e. surfacing after having been underwater long enough to nearly deplete the supply of oxygen in the lungs.

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Reality Check
Activity Score 2537

Deeply impressive and deep in numerous other ways that one scarcely encounters on radio anymore.

raven's picture
raven
Activity Score 204

Clever!!!

LeeHarvey's picture
LeeHarvey
Activity Score 3045

Wow!

LeeHarvey's picture
LeeHarvey
Activity Score 3045

On the other hand, will a diving school promote itself with an expensive radio campaign? Or did the agency come up with this idea and asked the diving school permission to use its name.....

Guest's picture
Guest

I cant see view/hear this ad? I just get a blank space where the ad should be?

Sushi lover's picture
Sushi lover
Activity Score 907

aaww, that's impressive

Dream needs to be big!

Guest's picture
Guest

Jesus, that's horrible

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pikkinikkiage
Activity Score 8

great! ...the ending story is a surprise just when the speaker was going bored

Guest's picture
Guest

What do it happen if i don't hear the commercial since the beginning?
I guess it loses the meaning.
But if i hear it all, I guess its good for the radio.
I can imagine it in a TV commercial with a guy becoming skin purple haha

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Guest

without "one breath. one minute. one commerical" note here at the top it makes no sense at all.

LeeHarvey's picture
LeeHarvey
Activity Score 3045

Speak for yourself sister, look above, everyone got it.

Rod Schwartz's picture
Rod Schwartz
Activity Score 8

Nicely done! That gasp at the end nailed the spot, evoking a primal and universal experience, i.e. surfacing after having been underwater long enough to nearly deplete the supply of oxygen in the lungs.

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