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Nissan Leaf - Polar Bear - (2010) :60 (USA)

Nissan Leaf - Polar Bear - (2010) :60 (USA)

Overheard in a creative meeting.

PitchPerson: So, this lonely polar bear on melting ice caps, seeing his arctic home melting away, seeks out the person who is doing something about it to thank him. It's a long epic journey, it's emotional, the music will tug your heartstrings, and when he finds a Nissan LEAF™ owner, he stands up - audience gasps for a second - and then he gives him a right big hug. So. What do you think?

Devilsadvocate: So, the polar ice is melting.. because of cars like the other 99% of machines produced by Nissan....

PitchPerson: Concentrate.

Devilsadvocate: ...and the bear gives him a hug? As in a bear hug? A hostile takeover, a wrestling hold ... You know bear hugs aren't a positive thing. Quite the opposite.

PitchPerson: Just shut up and run it.

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Ikea - Cats / Happy Inside - (2010) (UK)

Ikea - Cats / Happy Inside - (2010) (UK)

Mother, London have had a blast herding "100 cats" through the Wembley branch of Ikea for this advert. Kittens sit in cups, there's slow motion footage of cats jumps, a big white fellar named Leo explores all the easy open drawers available and soon they settle down, taking catnaps everywhere. Home. It's full of cat hair.

I love it. I'm a sucker for cats, you know. My only raised eyebrow is with the shot of spotty-furry guy pulling his head out of the "minnen" bed. That's the very same bed a four year old girl suffocated in attempting a similar move as the cat. If I were the client, I'd ask you to replace that with another beauty-shot.

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Philips Nigel & Victoria - Apartment - part 1

Philips Nigel & Victoria - Apartment - part 1

Today, Philips launches ‘Nigel and Victoria’ a new online-only comedy show, or a non-romantic comedy because Nigel is failing miserably to score, and it previews new lifestyle products including iPad accessories, a solar rechargeable power pack, and different types of headphones.

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Philips Nigel & Victoria - "It's my film" - part 2

Philips Nigel & Victoria - "It's my film" - part 2

Nigel and Victoria have their first very frank encounter about what sort of films they're trying to make here. If he's trying to woo her, he's going about it in a very odd way. Also, it looks like Victoria might be addicted to chocolate muffins.

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Philips Nigel & Victoria - Subdued - part 3

Philips Nigel & Victoria - Subdued - part 3

Nigel keeps making a fool out of himself, and angers Victoria to the point of violence.

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Nya Moderaterna - Self-esteem - valfilm 2010

Nya Moderaterna - Self-esteem - valfilm 2010

Once again, the promise is more jobs, and they show small things that boost self esteem, such as your own nametag, a perfectly made cappuccino, as well as large things, such as an entire class of children celebrating you or the construction you're building taking shape.

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Nya Moderaterna - Weekend - valfilm 2010

Nya Moderaterna - Weekend - valfilm 2010

Here's something we can all identify with, the hustle-and-bustle as the weekend approaches. Ladies gossip in the restroom about their plans, mom leaves work early and is picked up by dad and her kids in a car full of camping gear, men are seen dragging the familiar systembolaget* bags home heavy with wine, favorite dinner ingredients are picked up in the supermarket. In short, it's the weekend.

"Weekend. Just one of the many reasons why more people should have a job".
Subtagline: Sweden's only workers party.

* In Sweden, alcohol can only be bought at special stores called Systembolaget.

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Nya Moderaterna - Love at work - valfilm 2010

Nya Moderaterna - Love at work - valfilm 2010

(Nya) Moderaterna, the conservative party in Sweden, are promising more jobs as always in the national election. But not just because work pays money, and you can buy food for it, also for all the other values like improved community, social life and personal growth. As in love. The mailmen stop and snog, the passenger flirts with the busdriver, the teenagers hands meet over the fry-grill, and the two gay men eye each other lovingly over the supermarket checkout all day long to the soundtrack of "I Want to know what love is" by Foreigner. The super reads: "Love at work. Just one of the many reasons why more people should have a job".
Subtagline: Sweden's only workers party.

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