The Best Work You May Never See: Traktor Directs "The Worst Song in the World" For Monoprix, Rosapark
While shopping at Monoprix can be a pleasure, carrying groceries that are bought there all the way home is not. Titled “The Worst Song in the World,” this spot directed by the Traktor collective via Stink for Paris agency Rosapark showcases the advantages of having one’s hands free--in this case free of carrying groceries as Monoprix introduces a new customized delivery service.
We see a woman wearing headphones having to endure “The Worst Song in the World.” We see the band performing the song, which is an unwelcomed invasion of the senses. So why not turn off the noise? The camera reveals her hands are tied up carrying huge grocery bags so she has to listen to the song all the way through. Clearly, having your hands free changes everything. Better avail yourself of French grocery store Monoprix’s delivery option.
Client Monoprix Agency Rosapark Gilles Fichteberg, Jean-François Sacco, creative directors; Helene Boudin, copywriter; Thomas Laurent, TV producer; Quentin Labat, associate director; Sacha Lacroix, strategic planning manager; Alexandre Ribichesu, Sarah Herbain, strategic planning; Jeanne Neuschwander, head of digital strategies. Production Stink Traktor, director; Nico Poulsson, DP; Marine Garnier, producer; Guillaume Richard, production direction. Postproduction Firm Toby Ridgway, post producer. Editorial Yan Malcor, editor. Audio Post Schmooze Music Simon Davis, musical composition