Public View - Waitrose 'Christmas at Waitrose' by MCBD

LONDON - How was the Christmas ad for Waitrose received by members of the public?

Watch Waitrose 'Christmas at Waitrose' by MCBD

The spot, created by Miles Calcraft Briginshaw Duffy, follows various people, from a student to a fisherman, making their journey home for Christmas.

The student is seen on a crowded train, the fisherman moors up to port, and a small child sleeps in the back of a car.

Watch the video above to find out what members of the public thought.


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