Sony PlayStation 4 and advertising agency BBH from New York have released this awesome video commercial lately. The spot features actor Taylor Handley, who introduces the console with a long speech. In the end he dives into the game's world and fights all the bad guys. The ending is really impressive.
The ad is from Google's campaign "The Web is What You Make Of It". It features Jess – a girl who has just come to college – and her dad. They keep the bond using Google Chrome: they communicate, she presents her boyfriend, dad inspires her during the hard times. The playful style of the video is catching.
The video tells a love story. Everything would be very casual – two office workers are falling in love – if not the oddity of its characters. Male is represented by a walking hair as the lady is a walking chest. The video announces, that hair is what girls see first. The video received mixed reviews, some of them calling the brand shallow and discriminating.
The video takes us to a dream about a sweet platonic love affair that happened at the high school. Voice behind the camera is telling us, that once he met not just a girl, but THE girl. She was the one: beautiful, floating in the air instead of walking, other girls hated her for her looks and the sweet character. Furthermore, in the end we find out that the narrator behind the camera is Kiefer Sutherland himself.
Google Creative Lab and BBH New York have released a new commercial introducing Google Chrome. It is part of a larger campaign, which introduces audience to Chrome, Google+ and other products. New commercial is like short movie – very cute. It follows the couple‘s life and all that good moments they had together.