The spot ''Heather,'' centers on a 9-year-old Heather McNamara who speaks directly to the camera in manner that is in total contrast to the gravity of her situation. She speaks about her family’s search for a hospital around the country willing to operate on the baseball-sized cancerous tumor that had entangled itself in her stomach, pancreas, spleen, intestines, liver and surrounding blood vessels. She was considered inoperable by other doctors the family consulted until they met with Dr. Tomoaki Kato who removed 6 of Heather’s major organs in a 23-hour surgery in order to get at the tumor.
Happy woman interrupted by perky happy cheerleader in a field full of lavender...
Second quarter airing.
Isaiah Mustafa turns on the charm again, brings us to sandy beaches, high up the mountaintops and down the deepest oceans before finding the option I want: stay in with a chocolate fountain! Yeah, I wanna be dipping into the chocolate fountain. No innuendo intended here, no siree.
What? That door slam? Oh, that was nothing, just my significant other leaving me. Remind me to forward his mail.
Tag: Make life alive, have an affair / Victoria Milan
Gör livet levanade, ha en affär.
On Saturday, October 2nd, Sensodyne iso-active presented an all-night projection art event at Toronto’s landmark Union Station. GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) the makers of Sensodyne, led by their Canadian agency Grey Canada, worked with Tantrum Design & Visual Effects, Media Merchants and Silent Joe to create the largest ever, first branded, 3D projection mapping display in Canada: iso3D.
What do you do for a living?
-"I lift things up and put them down."
OMG, awesome. How pretty are these creatures? The snail, the jellyfish! I need a giant jellyfish poster in my office, I love that one. This new "Creatures" campaign recently won a Bronze in the Design Category at the 2010 Spikes Asia Advertising Awards. Nicely done, TBWA\Santiago Mangada Puno, nicely done.
You saw the Gucci Guilty Trailer back in August, and here comes the directors cut: "An unprecedented combination of edge and creativity that creates a unique, hypnotic spectacle."
Produced by RSA Films and Think Cattleya with Agency REM Ruini e Mariotti. Starring Evan Rachel Wood and Chris Evans with a remix of Depeche Mode’s Strangelove by the Friendly Fires.
The extra twist here is not just that Frank Miller directed it with his Sin City Look, it's also being aired in 3D.
Paris is the ideal romantic locale for the sexual tryst portrayed in Anonymous Content Director Guy Ritchie's new viral short starring Jude Law and made for Dior Homme. Set in the romantic old hotels, sidewalks and streets of The City of Light, Dior Homme - Un Rendez Vous is a deceptive tale that at first hints of danger, as Law, speaking into a telephone, seems to threaten the unheard voice on the other end, exclaiming, "You're going to regret saying that. Scared? Is that right? Of course you are. What, two of you? We'll see. Ohhh, when I find you, and I will find you, you're going to wish you'd never been caught." Law's busty blonde suitemate balefully helps him don a suit before he trudges out to fulfill his mission.
Jonas Åkerlund got Halle Berry and Stephen Dorff into a room at the Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles, where Stephen Dorff asks Berry a series of intimate questions. Her answers aren't always verbal, sometimes only gestures, a smile, a look. Berry shares,
“It involved less acting than my other [commercials] because I got to be myself. I got to answer questions honestly, with my own sense of mystery, with my own wonderment about the world. I got to expose a part of my real self.”
How apropos that she reveals herself as she launches her perfume, "Reveal".
The editing was done by Richard Cooperman of Solid, aiming to capture the intimacy of the session.
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