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chintan ruparel's picture

hmm...good, bt somehow dumb

chintan ruparel
Activity Score 1516
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~ old habits die hard, older ones never do ~

Minimum's picture

remember, suitable for the mediocre HBO viewer...

Cant go too clever with an TV audience

Minimum
Activity Score 1430
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...and let the poets cry themselves to sleep. And all their tearfull words would turn back into steam

Ney Frances's picture

nice and easy please!

Ney Frances
Activity Score 660
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is there life before death?

msred's picture

i dont know what im looking at someone help me.

msred
Activity Score 491
Graphic Designer
slim's picture

i know technically they were right to use this car for this particular movie, but i think it would've been clearer and better if they'd used the good old batmobile.

slim
Activity Score 1047
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SandMan69's picture

I don't mind saying that I agree. The old Adam West batmobile would have been class.

Don't say a word. ;)

SandMan69
Activity Score 3890
Art Director |

Doin' it for the points

Dick Huges's picture

Dick Huges feels like a 1 year old kid looking to this ad. Because it makes me feel happy and fresh? No, because I dont understand anything it says.

Dick Huges
Activity Score 937
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Minimum's picture

o come on people! It's Batman Begins... The Batmobile got an "L" as in an instrucrion car. He is taking the drivers lessons. as in the beginning

Minimum
Activity Score 1430
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...and let the poets cry themselves to sleep. And all their tearfull words would turn back into steam

teenie's picture

We don't put an "L" on cars driven by learners here in North America. So it could go over a lot of people's heads here. Does it work for the target audience, though?

teenie
Activity Score 1894
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fersvax's picture

I think that's not quite an universal code. In my country, cars say "ENSEÑANZA" (Learning) in the front and the back with a green HUGE font. So, it is hard for someone outside Mumbai to understand. But now that I do, I like it a lot, hehe.

fersvax
Activity Score 1239
Creative Director |

FER.

ellehcimeo's picture

I knew it meant instructor's car or learner because I watch Coronation Street on occasion. I thought this ad was brilliant.
And I also agree that this car is way cooler than the ones in the post beginning movies, why did they have to use newer technology in this movie?

ellehcimeo
Activity Score 3376
Art Director
Killer Kowalski's picture

Ahhh, that's why they have all these L's in the windows of DDB India...

Killer Kowalski
Activity Score 394
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drizae's picture

Yawn, what a sad attempt at borrowed interest.

drizae
Activity Score 503
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Fail Harder.

Davosk's picture

I'm glad someone pointed out it was the Batmobile cause I thought it was some kind of gym equipment or something.

Davosk
Activity Score 4811
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drunk dave's picture

I get it from South Africa, a nice simple one off ad. No metal or paper, but cool for a simple announcement ad.

drunk dave
Activity Score 1066
Copywriter at Publicis South Africa
A. J. SMITH's picture

I like it.

Perhaps another one with the old car could turn this into a quality campaign.

8/10

A. J. SMITH
Activity Score 2822
Anurag Sahu's picture

for those of the unreflective few, the ad is perfectly understandable by an Indian (the target audience) i hope you ppl also have a rough idea that HBO has its own scheduling here. 'L' means learners and the only and only thing i would have advised is to make it more evident.

Nice one though. 8/10

Anurag Sahu
Activity Score 102
CopY Writer
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