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Mercedes-Benz 'dream' by Jung von Matt/Alster Hamburg
Campaign Work, Tuesday, 28 April 2009 12:03PM
A unicorn, a one-eyed monster, a couple of nurses and a spider emerge from a Mercedes in Jung von Matt's new campaign for the E-Class Mercedes.
The action opens on a car driving down a dark road in the black of night.
When it eventually comes to a stop in a lay-by, a woman in a red dress is thrust out of the car, followed by a small unicorn, a Cyclops, two nurses and various other misfit characters.
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