AMV BBDO launches Tower Hamlets domestic violence viral

LONDON - Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO has launched a new viral to raise awareness of domestic violence.

Tower Hamlets...highlighting domestic violence problem
Tower Hamlets...highlighting domestic violence problem


The ad, created by Mark Fairbanks for Tower Hamlets Borough Council, opens on tin cans trailing a vehicle with a "Just Married" sign also in view.

But as the camera pulls out it is emerges the car is in fact an ambulance.

As sirens blare a poster van follows behind it outlining that two women a week are killed by their partner or ex-partner.

It ends with the endline: "Domestic Abuse, No Excuse"

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