Lacta: I'm Sorry

Looking back into my life, you've always been its sweetest part.
Lacta. The sweetest part of your life.

The TVC showcases how the product's sweet taste can get one in touch with his most sensitive side and remind him of how sweet love can be. The song is a cover version of a classing Lacta ad song from the 1990's, with the title "The Sweetest Part of my life", building upon Lacta's slogan, comparing its sweet taste to the sweetness of love.

Advertising Agency: OgilvyOne Athens, Greece
Creative Director: Panos Sambrakos
Copywriter: Konstantina Chatzaki
Account Director: Annita Galanopoulou
Published: November 2010

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livvy's picture
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*Flip through textbook* AH! I was right, dramatization advertising.

Drama? 10 stars
Creativity? 0 star.

I guess i'll average it out. 5! you deserve it.

Keeping the right side of your head warm.


TommyO's picture
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Too much sweet-colorful-love for me.

Temple's picture
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Is this for chocolate or cheese?

Prof's picture
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HA! Nice one!

Quite really.

CuriousPencil's picture
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suhaas's picture
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This should have actually been shot with kids, the impact would have been more.

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Helmet Chrome
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Lacta: The chocolate for bipolars.


AdBuzzer's picture
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As uninspired as it is, still it may be effective in strengthening the brand's equity

sonlima's picture
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STEVEW's picture

sooo full of emotions,colours,sounds...touchy

STELIOS's picture
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sensitive ,clever....Emotional intelligence!!!!
Alex is extra talented person

miko1aj's picture
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i can't believe how bad it is. it's cliche and so naive it could be even funny if only it could have minimum distance to itself.

Glut's picture
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Bad. Lacta the chocolate for dr. jekyll and mr hyde

CuriousPencil's picture
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"Ideal for balloon-stealing flower thieves, not to be consumed in monochrome."

I do applaud our modern day where absolutely anyone can make an advert for absolutely anything, involving paid actors and voiceovers and *still* not worry about *how* to make adverts at any point from beginning to end.

This belongs at the top of a very tall, very dusty shelf, in a padlocked room labelled "the day I thought I was in advertising".

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