Agency Republic creates interactive BBC Spooks site

LONDON - Agency Republic is hoping to get people off Facebook and onto a BBC site called Facespook, in a digital campaign for the new series of Spooks.

Facespook...new site for BBC Spooks by Agency Republic
Facespook...new site for BBC Spooks by Agency Republic

Users can upload their picture to www.facespook.co.uk and become involved in their very own Spooks-style mission, breaking into a secured building to retrieve highly-classified information.

The site creates a film of the user taking part in the mission, bluffing past past security guards, making split-second life-or-death decisions and evading gun-wielding criminals.

Below the video being played is a strapline directing viewers to watch the first episode of the new Spooks series, which starts on August 10th.

YouTube has a selection of celebrities who have already been "Face-spooked", including Bill Clinton and Bruce Forsyth.

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