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Volkswagen Canada: Hippies

Advertising Agency: Palm Arnold Communication, Canada
Creative Director: Pascal De Decker
Art Director: Sebastien Boutebel
Copywriter: Jean-Laurent Py
Group Chief: Etienne Bastien
Director: Matthieu Montovani
DOP: André Chemetoff
Aired: October 2008

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unaquestionediali's picture
unaquestionediali
481 pencils

i was expecting something great at the end...
but nothing happened...
sad.

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Guest commenter

They were given the Hope)) it was enough to them)) by the way doe someone know what the song is playing? i liked it much

Cron187's picture
Cron187
553 pencils

"Let's live for today" by The Grass Roots

kgeiger's picture
kgeiger
7019 pencils

...*whimper*...

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brndnrap8
170 pencils
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Guest commenter

Nice spot. Bad quality.

Crisp One's picture
Crisp One
2007 pencils

that is NOT a suitable replacement for the VW bus, at all.

dshott's picture
dshott
475 pencils

Yes, on first glance, this is shameful

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otto el piloto

hey, but the old volkswagen is thousands times cooler and designable than the new one. this ad is not working correctly.

THE OLD VW rules!

hechizo's picture
hechizo

If they wanted to reinforce the classic status of the VW trnsprtr, the goal is completly done!

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Guest

I posted a review of this ad some time ago here:
http://www.klooj.net/never/2008/11/hippie-bus-vw-routan-ad-bludgeons-a...

and basically agree with the comments above.

We need the Transporter to come back -- a new, affordable compact, mobile live/work environment -- VW? Are you listening?

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Guest

Well, I like the ad but the van is horrible to be honest.

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Guest

yeah the ad is great but the product itself is not so good seems more suitable for soccer moms or else

she_kai's picture
she_kai
221 pencils

good starting ,normal ending

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