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Gilde Salami

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September 2011
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Advertising Agency: Bates, Oslo, Norway
Art Director: Anders Aasheim
Copywriter: Petter Andersen
Account: Pål Trælvik
Agency Producer: Steve St. Peter
Production Company: Motion Blur
Director: Henrik Sander
Executive Producer: Espen Horn
Production Manager: Cathrien Klem
DoP: Askild Edvardsen
Editor: Thomas Trælnes
Music: Hand Clap song

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leoparylee's picture
leoparylee
Activity Score 117

is it true
more meat
mors happiness

Nude Copy's picture
Nude Copy
Activity Score 1054

pretty ordinary

Temple's picture
Temple
Activity Score 11337

More meat more happineess or more meat more fat in your arteries? Needs planning 101. Not to mention that the spot may be weird, but not creative whatsoever.

atb2005's picture
atb2005
Activity Score 13561

I both agree and disagree with you. As an advertiser, you are supposed to create ads, not judge the products you create those ads for. The argument you made could also be made for so many other brands, say, Diet Pepsi (is it REALLY diet?) or McDonald's (junk food is junk food; it's not nutritious). By the way, meat is rich in protein, so it's really not that bad. You can always eat lean meat.

That said, I find the link between eating meat and happiness tenuous. I eat meat and I can't say it makes me happy. Still, I kinda like this commercial only because of the song - The Clapping song by Shirley Ellis - which I find addictive.

4 stars

Glut's picture
Glut
Activity Score 3937

more ads like this and i will never check aotw again

sergeo_syd's picture
sergeo_syd
Activity Score 595

Ummm... why this? Maybe it's "Norwegian funny"?

http://edictive.com - Film Production Management

dbor's picture
dbor
Activity Score 1455

Boys not look happy.

kleenex's picture
kleenex
Activity Score 43398

silly....

leoparylee's picture
leoparylee
Activity Score 117

is it true
more meat
mors happiness

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