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With VTR you can watch your favorite movies over and over again

VTR On Demand offers you all your favorite movies to watch them repeatedly as many times as you wish. With this print “Scene repetition” campaign showcases 2 iconic scenes from two quite popular movies “Jaws” and “The Shining.” Fun stuff. The line reads "Your favorite movie, over and over again."

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ONEMI "emergency radio" (2016) 3:00 (Chile)

ONEMI "emergency radio" (2016) 3:00 (Chile)

Chile is one of the most earthquake-prone areas in the entire world, with one earthquake last year registering 8.4 on the Richter scale.

 

LG Ultra HD - End Of The World Job Interview / Meteor Explodes - (2013) :60 (Chile)

LG Ultra HD - End Of The World Job Interview / Meteor Explodes - (2013) :60 (Chile)

In what we may call "prankvertising", LG sets a bunch of job applicants up for being fooled by a really large TV. They enter the job interview room where there seems to be a window behind the interviewers desk. It's a TV, and it's paused on a key scene in the movie Armageddon.

 

Nutri Balance - Hand / Bad dogfood = Bad Dog - print (Chile)

In "hand" Prolam Y&R shows you how bad a dog will be if you give him bad dogfood. Clever little bugger.

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Life's hard when you're a fat dog. You'll never get lucky.

Nutripro make diet-dogfood, and Prolam Y&R, Santiago shill the goods by pointing out that fat dogs are voyerists. No, I mean, fat dogs don't get laid. Wait, no scratch that, I mean "life's hard when you're a fat dog". Because presumably, female dogs reject fat dogs. Or, they screw the pooch as they're too wheezed out by attempting to run to even consider any amorous activities.

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Faber Castell - Davidencov, Federer, Nadhal - print, Chile

Unitas/RNL, Santiago have done this campaign for Faber Castell Permanent Markers.

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Volkswagen - Plane, Train, Ship - print, Chile

This retro Volkswagen campaign from La Mesa, Santiago, pines for the prices of the past which are currently available for a limited time only. Tagline: "at a price that won't be back"

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Amnistía Internacional - Burn the images - print Chile

This Amnesty International print campaign comes from Unitas/RNL, Santiago

Not that bad, but.. ahem.. if I "Put my client hat on" here for a second (quit throwing markers at me!) - couldn't one say that simply burning the image really isn't much help at all. I prefer ad ideas where the candle burns the ropes, thus setting prisoners free, that sort of thing. Aw, nevermind me, I'm really stiff today.

 

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