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Pure Blonde: Pardon

This latest instalment from Clemenger BBDO, titled Pardon, follows on from Brewtopia (2006) and Dove Love (2009) with two wide-eyed blokes embarking, map in hand, on an adventure through the picturesque land of Brewtopia, the ultimate destination for beer lovers. After a long and treacherous journey the guys arrive at their destination where they enjoy a well deserved cold Pure Blonde and things seem to be going nicely until one small faux pas sets off a rather unexpected chain of events. And in doing so the TVC illustrates the contrast between Brewtopia and our own impure world.

Advertising Agency: Clemenger BBDO Melbourne, Australia
Creative Chairman: James McGrath
Executive Creative Director: Ant Keogh
Creative Directors: Josh Robbins, Emma Hill
Art Director: Anthony Phillips
Planning & insights Director: Paul Rees Jones
Senior Strategy Planner: Michael Derepas
Director of Client Service: Paul McMillan
Group Account Director: Glenn Maddocks
Account Director: Brett Williams
Account Manager: Robbie Coleman
Executive Producer: Sonia von Bibra
Production Company: Plaza Films
Director: Paul Middleditch
Executive Producer: Peter Masterton
Cinematographer: Daniel Ardilley ACS
Production Designer: Annie Beauchamp
Offlline editing: The Editors
Editor: Peter Whitmore
Post Production/Special Effects: FuelVFX
Lead Flame Artist /On-set VFX Supervisor: Angus Wilson
VFX Supervisor: Simon Maddison
3D Supervisor: Chris Horvath
3D lead: Mike Bain
2D Supervisor: Sam Cole
2D Lead: Tim Walker
VFX Executive Producer Commercials: Celia Nicholas
VFX Producer: Erica Ford
Music Composition: Song Zu Sydney
Composer: Ramesh Sathiah
Producer: Virginia Welsh
Sound mix: Nylon Studios
Sound Designer: Simon Lister
Producer: Karla Henwood

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morse's picture
morse
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Very very nice. The acting is just perfect and what beautiful scenery.

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Guest

Was that place made of breadsticks?

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Guest

Great follow up to 'Big Ad' Ant

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Good story and beautiful landscapes!

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Guest

nothing special, just big budget and production.... but nothing. And with this budget sure you can write better scripts.

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Jaap Grolleman
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Great story that falls flat halfway through in my opinion. Once they get to the summit. But great production.

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Guest

Agreed. They could have made the place much more "pure" if that's what they were going for. And you'd expect a pure, smooth beer to not make you burp like an asshole. Is that the target?

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Guest

good production not that good ending

JeffP's picture
JeffP
810 pencils

Beautiful landscape, great production. The build-up is effective and then ... the whole thing crumbles.

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LeeHarvey
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Best comment so far.

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Guest

The first part is stolen from the Lord orf The Rings (which is kind of mandatory for an adventure in NZ :P).

The second part is Greek/Roman-related. (Priestess of Vesta?)

Great use of references, but I don't really see the point :).

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Guest

It is more like The Clash of the Titans.

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Guest

It's a shame to build up something for 90 seconds so well, only to be let down at the end.

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CUTIEPIE
347 pencils

I thought it was kind of "lost"!!! ;P

CommandZ's picture
CommandZ
2472 pencils

A very nice long walk for NO drink.

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Guest

Why pegasus can't fly

krautland's picture
krautland
3204 pencils

meh.

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Guest

Why didn't he grab the beers?

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Guest

that's what I thought

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Guest

That is what I thought

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Guest

Truck playing AC/DC was much better

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ralphstieber
136 pencils

beautiful. perfect.

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