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Schweppes Indian Tonic "Impressive" (2015) :30 (France)

Schweppes Indian Tonic "Impressive"  (2015) :30 (France)

Here's the english translation to a Schweppes spot that is making me thirsty. I'm fairly certain there is a sly French wink going on here.

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Saatchi's New Director Showcase - "Night Shift" - (2015) 1:20 (Cannes Lions)

Saatchi's New Director Showcase - "Night Shift" - (2015) 1:20 (Cannes Lions)

Noam Murro’s short film for the 25th anniversary of Saatchi’s New Director Showcase at this year’s Cannes Lions.

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Dating Naked - Love is in the air - (2015)

Dating Naked - Love is in the air - (2015)

From the first shot I thought this was perfect, with the multi-coloured lighting, the playful butt-slapping, the slow motion jumping, the slight pink & purple hue to it all.

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Nike - Short a Guy #TakeonTJ - (2015) :90 (USA)

Nike -  Short a Guy #TakeonTJ  - (2015) :90 (USA)

As fast-paced and playful as Nike Tag from long ago, this ad shows a young man who is expected to be "the one guy short" in practically every team and every sport, ever.

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Maytag "Factory" (2015) 1:00 (USA)

Maytag "Factory" (2015) 1:00 (USA)

The Maytag Man gets all patriotic in this factory spot. He extolls the virtues of being designed and made (not just assembled) in America, all while they are building him. Until the end when we see the Maytag Man turn into Maytag appliance.

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Bacardi - "Breaking the Triangle" (trailer) - (2015) (USA)

Bacardi - "Breaking the Triangle" (trailer) - (2015) (USA)

Here's the deal. The Bacardi brief wanted to "invite influencers to create content around a music festival" that they arrange. Well, that sounds pretty whatever.

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ESPN Fantasy Football "Restaurant," (2015) :30 (USA)

ESPN Fantasy Football "Restaurant," (2015) :30 (USA)

ESPN Fantasy Football mocks bread and butter ads and conjures up a world where commercial actors want to start their own Fantasy Football leagues before any other actor does so they can be commissioner.

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ESPN Fantasy Football League "Allergy" (2015) :30 (USA)

ESPN Fantasy Football League "Allergy"  (2015) :30 (USA)

I'm usually not a fan of self-referential advertising, but this one hits the mark. The campaign itself, commercial actors wanting to start their own Commercial Actor Fantasy League, is silly enough. But I've known many an actor who wanted to know their motivation.

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