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Nissan: Gift

Advertising Agency: TBWA/Chiat/Day
Art Director: Chris Lynch
Copywriter: Ken Pappanduros
Producer: Bret Weiss
Venice Beach Editorial
Editor: Rick Shambaugh
Assist: Daniel Reitzenstein
Post Producer: Cristy Torres
United Productions
Directors:Tim & Jeff Cronewerths
EP: Jim Evans
Head of Production: Geoff Campbell
Line Producer: Ken Rosen
Audio Post: Margarita Mix, Santa Monica
Mixer: Jimmy Hite

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Guest

Feeble excuse for standard fast driving shots...

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tirthomitro
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great looking car tho'

they showed me a picture & i laughed
dignity has never been photographed

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sirvan
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It's nice to see the lawyers have backed off of fast-driving-car commercials...even a few years ago, pitching the idea of a cool car ripping it up on the streets would've been killed, post haste.

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"I love some things, and don't love some other things."

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Guest

looks like a porshe ;)))

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Guest

Yah it's a lot of the same with the driving shots but the, "WTF is that?!" look on her face at the end when she sees "the gift" is priceless. He goes through all that to end up with some cheesy globe with flashing roses. To quote Mr. Peters if I may..."Somebody's going to get a hurt real bad."

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Guest

no matter the excuse for including those 'tearing up the streets' shots - it's so worth it!
love it

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Guest

trailer idea over done. however, this was done really well. Driving footage: Check. Nice Idea: Check. Feels like one of those old (Good) michael bay spots.

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Guest

I wouldn't mind some hot man-to-man action with the bloke, though. Maybe a ball flashing next to me when I wake up, too.

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alexander_bickov
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lexus and porshe mix

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Guest

a movie trailer commercial spoof, seriously and creative worth their salt would get another team to run them over with the car after they leave the editing suite, no cd even tagged themselves onto the credits

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