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qmunikate's picture
qmunikate
Activity Score 2

Apo, you're a sad little person. Last time I checked, Account Servicing people worked in agency. Perhaps you could consider a Assistant to Deputy Vice Brand Manager- Local Products. It's a magnificent spot with a beautiful concept. One of those ideas that are so simple, "Why didn't I think of that?" then executed by a REAL PRODUCTION HOUSE that understand the beauty and relevance of time!! Besides, the extra 30 sec bought a XC90.

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kgeiger
Activity Score 7311

Unless this is anti-advertising, the message must be "For those who need a car sooner than later." ;)
Next.

G's picture
G

Nice and beautifull spot. And it's for a bank.

hendrix's picture
hendrix

Me like.
It's fit for adidas too. "NOTHING IMPOSSIBLE!"
or johny walker. "KEEP WALKING"

Zanfredi's picture
Zanfredi

Clean and beautiful!
it's for a bank, with a real breif and even have an idea!
congratulations!

Ana Coxixo's picture
Ana Coxixo

Great!!
Makes me wanna buy a car.

Guest;apo's picture
Guest;apo

makes me wanna start a production company.
cause this one has 30 extra seconds it could have spared.

qmunikate's picture
qmunikate
Activity Score 2

Apo, you're a sad little person. Last time I checked, Account Servicing people worked in agency. Perhaps you could consider a Assistant to Deputy Vice Brand Manager- Local Products. It's a magnificent spot with a beautiful concept. One of those ideas that are so simple, "Why didn't I think of that?" then executed by a REAL PRODUCTION HOUSE that understand the beauty and relevance of time!! Besides, the extra 30 sec bought a XC90.

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morph
Activity Score 38

The guys running like crazy are in fact racing drivers sponsored by the bank. They all ran in the Lisboa-Dakar rally.

Carlos Sousa and his co-pilot Andreas Shultz in the blueish racing suits and, in the blackish racing suits, Ruben Faria and some other guy.

The copy works really good in portuguese. There's something lost in translation.

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