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Rock is not dead

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October 2010

Description

Film advertisement created by Link, Italy for Radio Città Futura, within the category: Media.

Advertising Agency: Link, Anzio, Roma, Italy
Creative Director: Hilde Capra
Art Director: Valerio Cicco
Copywriter: Alfredo Carpineti
Director: Winkler+Noah
Additional credits: Francesca Carpineti, Federico Aggio, Mauro Ferraresi
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Guest's picture

context, context

it's for the very catholic italy

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ahaha! nice guys!

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morse's picture

I feel it's been cut short. He should've burned stuff or something...

morse
Activity Score 18024
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Guest's picture

i think it has no creativity....i imagine for people against the church it can be funny.... but more than that ...

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O h .... m y ...... G o d ! ! ! this is AWFUL
just ended an advertising master? creativity creativity creativity?
please, go back to school.

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HappyHour's picture

that was funny.. and not just because people were practicing religion

HappyHour
Activity Score 2381
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I bet that agency is gonna get hit by some weird lightning and burn to the ground.
and yes, the ad sucks big time.

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gosh, I remember when I did my first ad.

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Temple's picture

Rule #1: don't insult religions with your ads. Oh, and apart from that, the idea sucks.

Temple
Activity Score 11341
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ha! ha! damn straight... dumb really dumb.

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It's something an amateur advertising student might come up with. Actually, I'd be underestimating the talent of ad school students by saying that. And yes, insulting a religion is a definite no-no. I'm surprised this came out of Italy - a very Catholic religion adhering nation. I give it a zero.

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Mantufayo's picture

Man! This ad sucks!

Mantufayo
Activity Score 580
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context, context

it's for the very catholic italy

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