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Scores restaurants: Car

Advertising Agency: Bleublancrouge, Canada
Creative Director: Gaëtan Namouric
Art Director: Sébastien Deland
Copywriters: Guillaume Blanchet, Maxime Paiement
Television production: Normand Vaillancourt, Lisa Arduini
Production house: Quatre Zero Un
Director: Nicolas Monette
Producer: Geneviève Cayer
Sound studio: Audio Z
Aired: October 2008

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Mandark's picture
Mandark
407 pencils

small detail. would have been more credible if the street was inclined to the left at the begining of the clip. it's flat when she enters the shot, if she was indeed that heavy car should have started to roll to the left, right?

"U think it's perfect?! Press delete and start again!"

SeanMartin's picture
SeanMartin

Yes, if one wants to look at the entire series logically. But logic would ruin the surprise at the end -- and we *are* talking about advertising, which doesnt do lunch that often with logic anyway. I'm impressed at all three: well executed pieces that get the point across in ten seconds flat.

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Here, let me save everyone the trouble of asking. "Do you even work in advertising?"

arvin's picture
arvin
341 pencils

i like this!

GnmSly's picture
GnmSly
122 pencils

Very simple
cheers

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NatalieM's picture
NatalieM
1687 pencils

Funny. Physical comedy wins!

giorgino's picture
giorgino
60 pencils

cool

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Wyvie's picture
Wyvie
76 pencils

It's cute... But what is it with Americans never putting their hand brakes on? In movies and amusing youtube vids, nobody ever does, and away goes the car. I'm sure it's not everyone, but it seems to be a disturbing percentage.

Sorry, just always wondered. :)

As for the ad, it's a nice little twist, not particularly deep, but it gets the message across and a giggle as well.

hotbanana's picture
hotbanana

i like it

Director's picture
Director

The spot should have been shot in front of a Scores Restaurant like this: the lady walks out from the restaurant, straight to the car, turns left and then the magic happens. Otherwise a nice idea, now, go fix it.

Director's picture
Director

The spot should have been shot in front of a Scores Restaurant like this: the lady walks out from the restaurant, straight to the car, turns left and then the magic happens. Otherwise a nice idea, now, go fix it.

Guest commenter's picture
Guest commenter

terrible. sucks.

fry chicken's picture
fry chicken

terrible. sucks.

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