Orangina serves up bizarre ad parody

Orangina's latest ad shows human-like animals from previous commercials using the drink as a substitute for a variety of household goods such as shampoo and milk.

The 60-second ad, created by Fred & Farid Paris, will launch in cinemas and on TV at the end of December.

The ad begins with a giraffe hanging out her washing in its garden and explaining how she uses Orangina for her washing. The ad then cuts to a goat using the drink to wash a floor.

Continuing with its sexualised animal theme, the ad continues to reveal a busty panda rubbing an Orangina bottle on her body, a horse dressed in underwear and a bikini-clad cheetah washing a Vauxhall in a car park.

A voiceover explains "There's nothing better than Orangina … naturally," and cuts to a man sitting on a sofa, watching TV with a lamb wearing lipstick.

Art direction is by Frédéric Raillard, Farid Mokart and Thomas Raillard. The production company is Gorgeous.


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