Some Time Together

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October 2011

Nike: Some Time Together

Film advertisment created by Wieden + Kennedy, United States for Nike, within the category: Fashion.

Advertising Agency: Wieden + Kennedy, USA
Creative Director: Alberto Ponte, Ryan O'Rourke
Executive Producer: Ben Grylewicz
Copywriter: Icaro Doria
Copywriter: Dylan Lee
Art Director: Guillermo Vega
Business Manager: Maureen Doyle
Producer: Endy Hedman
Producer: Felicia Hedman
Account Excecutive: Catherine Wolpe
Account Supervisor: Vanessa Miller
Production Company: Park Pictures
Director: The Glue Society
Executive Producer / Owner: Jackie Kelman Bisbee
Executive Producer / Head of Production: Dinah Rodriguez
Executive Producer: Justin Pollock
Line Producer: Michelle Currinder
DP: Tobias Schliessler
Production Services: Capital Media
Executive Producer: Christian Allen
Managing Partner: Keely Stothers
Post Production: Joint
Editor: Kyle Valenta
Executive Producer: Patt Brebner
Post Producer: Shelli Jury
Assistant Editor: Patrick Carroll

Comments (9)

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kleenex's picture
Activity Score 51022

I loved it.

morse's picture
Activity Score 18024

Nicely done.

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Temple's picture
Activity Score 11341

Yes, nice idea, but why does every Nike commercial seem to be focusing on a freak caucasian runner, on the verge of paranoia? To be honest, I liked Puma's alternative strategy, the after hours athlete.

dean viii's picture
dean viii
Activity Score 1686

I was waiting for some big thought at the end and there really wasn't. Not enough clarity here. There was probably a two minute explanation of the spot to everyone, but that wasn't included in the actual spot.

leoparylee's picture
Activity Score 117


MadManNYC's picture
Activity Score 109

Not the best Nike spot. Not the worst. I do like the music. I think the end could've been plussed with a payoff/joke.

Maxen's picture
Activity Score 2

Nice work

jjf's picture
Activity Score 260

I don't say this often but no this sucks, sorry. Portraying her as a running freak, spending most of her time in neglect of the parents, her boyfriend, etc. This means she doesn't have a life. And an unsuccessful life. I feel sorry for her serious illness that affects the world around her. As I say this, I won't be buying Nike again.