This could save lives. Best safety video, ever!

cry freedom

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This video was made by a private endeavor.
Noel Brett and Gaybo, eat your hearts out.
I think it's just brilliant.
Just shows that a big budget is no substitute for creativity.


[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bjWufx3fenc]YouTube - The most beautiful seatbelt advocacy commercial ever.wmv[/ame]
 


Ard Eoin

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yeah...'s'very good alright....
 

consultant

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Good and clever.

I would suggest it be used in conjunction with the graphic horror of the last campaign Contrasting delivery of the same message.



(bit like FF/FG??)
 

cry freedom

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Good and clever.

I would suggest it be used in conjunction with the graphic horror of the last campaign Contrasting delivery of the same message.



(bit like FF/FG??)
Exactly! :)
 

junius

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This video was made by a private endeavor.
Noel Brett and Gaybo, eat your hearts out.
I think it's just brilliant.
Just shows that a big budget is no substitute for creativity.


YouTube - The most beautiful seatbelt advocacy commercial ever.wmv
Its good all right. Wonder if the same filmmaker could come up with something to stop drivers from speeding on our roads? I think its long past time that maximum speed limits on country roads were reduced to a maximum of 60 km per hour. Most country roads don't even have any signs to warn motorists what the speed limit is and I think many people assume it is 100 kph unless stated otherwise.
 

cry freedom

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what a pile of poo
Ah well, I suppose it takes all sorts!
Saving life is probably not high on your priority list up there in South Armagh. Seat belts are notoriously ineffective when a bomb, planted by your neighbor, goes off under your car.
 

Cassandra Syndrome

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Tis good.

Anyone remember the funky safety ads from the 1970s? Based on the dodgy hairdos and fashion tastes they deserved the various accidents that happened to the in the ads!
 


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