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Friday, Nov. 30, 2001
"Living Mural"
This spot opens on a young man standing before a majestic mural on a busy neighborhood street. He carelessly throws his lit cigarette against the wall, setting the mural ablaze. As he continues to walk past the mural, we see the fire engulf symbolic images that represent the Latino community,...
Friday, Nov. 23, 2001
Pintsized Murder Case Leaves A Glass Trail
The culprit or culprits in this stop-motion animation mystery have left a gruesome trail that even the untrained eye can see right through. This :60 for Tennents Lager opens on the periphery of a crime scene, with characters that lend a new dimension to anthropomorphism: drinking glasses that walk...
Friday, Nov. 23, 2001
"Creepy Commuter"
Galidan Nauber, who's been a freelance helmer of music videos for the past several years, and Rad Daly, an actor who's appeared in commercials and other projects, were looking for a spec campaign to showcase their spot directing talent. Based on his high regard for the "Life Sucks Without A Car"...
Friday, Nov. 16, 2001
Supermarket Shopping Can Be A Drag
In director Billy Wilder's classic comedy Some Like It Hot, Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis weren't terribly unattractive dressed as women. In fact, Lemmon was alluring enough to garner a marriage proposal from a male admirer—albeit an eccentric millionaire character played by Joe E. Brown. But in this...
Friday, Nov. 16, 2001
"Waterfall"
A gentle woman's voice seems to be reading aloud a love letter—perhaps to either her dear departed partner or a long-lost friend. The only visual is an empty wooden bench, alone on an outcropping before a breathtaking waterfall. Soothing otherworldly music is in the background. "I miss you. I miss...
Friday, Nov. 9, 2001
Fagan Is Up In Arms Over Babes In Arms
War isn't and shouldn't be child's play. But worldwide, hundreds of thousands of kids are being forced into battle. To help make sure that these casualties of war are no longer overlooked, the Peace Council has created "Pistol." The :30 opens on a cloth lying on the ground. A pair of hands...
Friday, Nov. 9, 2001
"Every Move You Make"
This :30 is aptly titled not only because of its relevance to the services offered by the advertiser—the Rubin Institute For Advanced Orthopedics at Sinai Hospital, Baltimore—but because of the creative technique employed to convey the desired message. Baltimore ad agency Carton Donofrio Partners...
Friday, Nov. 2, 2001
Cinema Provides A Much-Needed Facelift
The opening close-up focuses on a man's Adam's Apple in profile. But that jutting piece of anatomy starts to descend. In a longer shot, a frontal view of the young guy shows him seated at a kitchen table: His head falls forward, landing with a plop into a bowl of cereal and milk. Next we see,...
Friday, Nov. 2, 2001
"Swim Race"
This spot thrusts us into the heat of competition—as well as into an Olympic-sized swimming pool. It's as if we're joining televised sports coverage of a hotly contested swimming race in progress. Two rivals are in adjacent lanes, neck-and-neck. A color commentator pontificates in abstract terms...
Friday, Oct. 26, 2001
"Detector" Uncovers What's Important
The creative proposition relies on contrasts: Use a mundane slice-of-Sunday-life to compel viewers to take action. This challenging strategy is successfully executed in "Metal Detector," one of six spots (three :30s and three :15 variations on them) in a campaign created by Austin, Texas-based ad...

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