Sun+ and advertising agency Grey from London have released this hilarious video commercial recently. The spot promotes access to see all of the Barclays Premier League on your smartphone. Camera depicts many opportunities, where you could watch it: at the park, on a bus or at the restaurant. However, there are places where you should probably not watch it. And the voice behind the camera lists a bunch of funny situations.
The video features a cute six-year-old girl, who performs an entertaining little song with her toys. The video is part of the campaign, which will also introduce web videos, that will invite to get involved and win prizes: holidays for only 10 pounds, LEGO or cinema tickets.
The video features actor Daniel Hoffmann-Gill who get's involved in many different situation right in the street. He is citing the poem about everyday life in Britain while marching through the Hatfield street, athletes, nurses, police officers, mums and even a Page 3 girls. It looks like all the nation is involved.
The video features crime movie star Vinnie Jones. The gangsta style video takes place in an unfriendly surroundings, where Jones comes with two gangsta looking guards. They get an unconscious man. Jones gives a tutorial of how to revive him: “no kissing, just hard CPR”. Bee Gees hit “Stayin' Alive” plays in the background. Hilarious.
Released: April 2009 Avertiser: Women’s Aid Agency: Grey, London