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    1. Café Noir [deleted] 105 months ago | reply


    2. whoozee 103 months ago | reply

      This is amazing and the completed video is beautiful

    3. caz1 103 months ago | reply

      I really had thought it was CGI!
      wicked : )

    4. superfantastico 103 months ago | reply

      I love love love this shot!

    5. Lehmann108 102 months ago | reply

      This spot seems to have a lot of unrealized potential. While I praise its concept, its execution, in many shots is unrealized. Beautiful music though! One big problem is that in many of the shots the background is quite ugly and distracting. Also, what is with the ugly trash can falling over and the shot of all the balls stopped by the drain? The spot needs to be re-cut. Also, more shots of peoples reaction to the colored balls. Best shots are the little boy behind the post and the frog leaping out. The ending was sloppy. They needed a very long focal length shot to collapse the distance so some balls would be going up and other would be coming down all in the same plain. They seemed to have tried this, but it was poorly executed.

    6. Pose 102 months ago | reply

      I appreciate the visual stimulation - Thanks!

    7. Greg Ryan Photography (Grogg) 102 months ago | reply

      I saw these photo a good while back well before the advert was released and I was impressed then and now I have no words. I'm not one for adverts and the companies behind them to be honest but a few adverts out there move me. This advert is simple but amazing at the same time. The location, the colours, the movement, the concept. Superb. Sends chills down my spine. And now I'm so into listening to Jose. Thanks for sharing!

    8. sepiatone 102 months ago | reply

      you are welcome!

    9. creative cozza 102 months ago | reply


      I first noticed your advert whilst in class, my friend was playing it on your site.

      As a Multimedia Designer Student myself, I would like to comment on a few things.

      First off, your characters show the narrative so well. It is so unique!

      Secondly, the camera angles are so bizarre and it creates a really relaxed atmosphere.

      The transitions and the speed of the advert keeps us audience entertained and interesting.

      You guys have inspired me so much in my designs, thank you so much!

    10. ladyb 102 months ago | reply

      seriously rarely does an advet on TV make me stop, sit and watch. This did it..seeing it being made is a treat. Thanks

    11. vintage64 101 months ago | reply

      Loved this advert. Lehmann108 what a miserable devil. Stop analysing what you think is wrong with this advert and just sit back and enjoy, life's to short to keep saying "if you had done it this way" go with the flow and bounce down that hill with those balls!!!!! By the way who had the job of picking all the balls up?

    12. Greg Ryan Photography (Grogg) 101 months ago | reply

      I'd not worry about Lehmann108. It seems that he has no workings of his own. Just a messer me thinks.

      Again, love this collection.

    13. sepiatone 101 months ago | reply

      I agree, be that kid again, (in the lower right corner), on his dad's shoulders and enjoy! (the balls were picked up by p.a.s and by 50 people production found by putting an ad on Craig's list)

    14. Sara.K [deleted] 101 months ago | reply

      ah that is the best advert ever and then they kill it with a big consumer name...shame...but good on them...stunning!

    15. clifford_16_11 99 months ago | reply

      This advert is without a doubt the best there is at this moment in time....the music...well there couldn't have been a better choice. It moved me and even makes me feel a little sad...but also calm and really peaceful. This is truely beautiful the colour and....its just...well exceptional..i just want to thank the people responsible for this advert. U have done urself proud. Wow.

    16. Franz & P 96 months ago | reply

      Sarah. K took the words out of my mouth.

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