Public View - Orange 'together we can do more' by Fallon
By Staff, Campaign, Monday, 18 August 2008 02:40PM
LONDON - Members of the public vent their views on the latest TV ad in Fallon's 'I am' campaign for Orange.
The second ad from Orange's £30m brand campaign tells the story behind cyclist Mark Beaumont's record-breaking round-the-world journey.
Watch the video to see what members of the public thought about it.
Video produced by Vox Pops International on behalf of Campaign.
View previous Public View videos:
BBC 'the journey to the East' by Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett
Snickers 'get some nuts' by AMV BBDO
Comfort 'nudists' by Ogilvy
McDonald's 'planting' by Leo Burnett
Heinz 'deli mum' by Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO
Orange 'i am' by Fallon
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