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The Times created a stir on Twitter when it relaunched its moving three-minute film ‘unquiet – bearing witness’ by taking over an ad break during Homeland on Channel 4. The spot, by Grey London, shows the bravery of its war reporters

Huge credit to @thetimes for premiering #timesunquiet in an advert break during #Homeland. Very moving short film on dangers of journalism.
@ChrisChatsStuff

Great advert from The Times on war reporting in Homeland break. Only downside is I have no idea where to buy a sofa for delivery by Xmas
@jamesbrayshaw

Really impressed with the Times advert during #Homeland #unquiet. Showing what reporters and photographers do on the front line.
@sleetopher

Superb advert from @thetimes – could have watched that all night. #timesunquiet
@Emma_Banks

Just seen TV advert for #theTimes. Wanted to stand up and cheer.
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