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Huizenjacht

Published/Aired: 
December 2009
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Campaign for real estate broker ERA, who supports the homeless this winter.

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Advertising Agency: ">10 advertising, Antwerp, Belgium

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Art Director: Gertjan Kuijvenhoven

Copywriter: Olaf Meuleman

Photographer: Evert Thiry

Director: Steven Cuypers

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Jet Propulsion Lab's picture
Jet Propulsion Lab
Activity Score 10679

The first several seconds of explanation of this spot (which in itself is a long-winded one) already made me vote "one star" for creativity. I mean, I'm being forced to watch another reality show knock-off spot??? (Wow, I've never seen THAT done before.)

Puh-leeeeese!!!

That said, the message here hits almost all the right spots. Goofy, yes. Light-hearted, yes. Very gimmicky, you better believe it, YES! But still, the audience may walk away from the ad feeling that they actually need to do something about the "situation" plaguing the country. And that is the ultimate goal of this work.

"All's well that ends well" may be what sums up this creative cop-out of a spot.

daniel ieraci's picture
daniel ieraci
Activity Score 333

Nice idea, could probably see it working.

Flurb's picture
Flurb
Activity Score 263

I like it.

beingofageoldgrace's picture
beingofageoldgrace
Activity Score 353

thumbs up

Jet Propulsion Lab's picture
Jet Propulsion Lab
Activity Score 10679

The first several seconds of explanation of this spot (which in itself is a long-winded one) already made me vote "one star" for creativity. I mean, I'm being forced to watch another reality show knock-off spot??? (Wow, I've never seen THAT done before.)

Puh-leeeeese!!!

That said, the message here hits almost all the right spots. Goofy, yes. Light-hearted, yes. Very gimmicky, you better believe it, YES! But still, the audience may walk away from the ad feeling that they actually need to do something about the "situation" plaguing the country. And that is the ultimate goal of this work.

"All's well that ends well" may be what sums up this creative cop-out of a spot.

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