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Prima Cafe "Wrestler" (2015) 2:00 (Poland)

Prima Cafe "Wrestler" (2015) 2:00 (Poland)

Heartwarming story of an Polish Olympian wrestler who meets up with a benefactor -- another wrestler from a wealthier country who at the height of Communism, sent this guy his first pair of wrestling boots.

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VW "Park and Drive" (2015) 1:27 (Poland)

VW "Park and Drive" (2015) 1:27 (Poland)

Fun idea from VW Poland. Warsaw has some nasty parking problems. VW decided to take advantage of that by saving a parking spot for you with their car. When you approached, they'd move and then after you parked your car, you got the chance to take a VW for a spin.

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Generation Progress "Anthem" (2015) :30 (USA)

Generation Progress "Anthem" (2015) :30 (USA)

It's on us to stop sexual assault, says President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, Jon Hamm, Joel McHale, Kerry Washington, Rose Byrne, Questlove, Common, Randy Jackson, Mayam Bialik and more.

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PCFF "Monument to Future Victims" (2015) 1:15 (Israel)

PCFF "Monument to Future Victims" (2015) 1:15 (Israel)

Israel is facing an intense election week, with a lot riding in the balance. The Parents Circle Families Forum wants to remind all who live in Israel what's really at stake.

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Volvic - Unstoppable Volcanicity (2014) :60 (UK)

Volvic - Unstoppable Volcanicity (2014) :60 (UK)

Currently showing at cinemas across the UK, this is a Big Ad with a Big Budget. For the full effect, one must view on a Big Screen with Big Sound reverberating in your ears like so much thunder and cannon-shot (so turn up the volume).

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Wall Street Journal "Tory Birch" (2015) :46 (USA)

Wall Street Journal "Tory Birch" (2015) :46 (USA)

Tory Birch is a fashion designer and philanthropist. She makes time to read the Wall Street Journal. So you obviously should, too. Nice plug for her own foundation, too.

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Wall Street Journal "will.I.am" (2015) 1:00 (USA)

Wall Street Journal "will.I.am" (2015) 1:00 (USA)

According to will.i.am, trying to process information without a newspaper like the Wall Street Journal, is like trying to swallow the ocean without a tap. He then goes on to tell you that the Wall Street Journal is for entrepreneurs and that he makes time to read it.

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Bullying.org "Teens read mean tweets" (2015) 2:08 (USA)

Bullying.org "Teens read mean tweets" (2015) 2:08 (USA)

This is an anti cyber-bullying campaign for bullying.org. It features a well-known segment from Jimmy Kimmel where celebrities read mean tweets about themselves, only this isn't Jimmy Kimmel, or celebrities. It's teenagers. And it's quite sad.

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