In collaboration with Movistar, a Telefonica company, Y&R Mexico created this gripping film called "Love Story," that has a disturbing twist at the end, but not necessarily the one you had in mind. And you don't need to know Spanish to understand what's going on either. You see a girl and boy texting each other flirting getting more and more playful with each other, until finally the girl asks "When are we going to meet?" She says she'll be wearing a red dress, and the agree to meet in the park. But then both she and her boy crush realize the truth: they're both older men who are sexual predators.

The end lines translate roughly to: Thousands of adults pose as children to harass others. There are more than you realize. Do not accept requests from anyone who isn't your friend (i.e. strangers)

Disturbing but great.

Agency: Y&R México
CEO: Héctor Fernández
CCO: Saúl Escobar
General Creative Director: Karla Santa Anna
Creative Director: Luis Madruga Enríquez, Rodrigo Casas
Director Producer: Juan Pablo Osio
VP Client Services: Adriana Veytia
VP Planning: Natalia Berrio
Head of Art: Luis Madruga Enríquez
Copywriter: Rodrigo Casas
Client: Movistar
Brand & Marketing director: Karely Munárriz

Production Company: Wabi Productions
Director: Andrew Lang
Managing Director: Alan Suárez
Managing Executive Producer: Denise Mendoza
Executive Producer: Melissa Brown
DOP: Rafael Lluch
1st AD: Jorge Sempre
Production Manager: Adriana Vera
Location Manager: Fernando Martinez
Art Director: Miguel Angel Cerda
Stylist: Ana Vazquez
Make up/Hair Dresser: Alicia de la Rosa
Steady Cam: David Echeverria

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kidsleepy 17 year copywriter, now CD, who has worked in many cities including Pittsburgh, New York, Atlanta, Montreal and currently Los Angeles. I snark because I care. I ain't complainin' I'm just tellin' it like it is.

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