Amnesty International 'sleepwalking' by Stink

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DarkFibre has created this ad for Amnesty International's campaign against the Government's plans to extend detention without charge to 42 days.

Voiced by Christopher Eccleston, the spot features people sleepwalking in a zombie-like state towards a prison. It warns people that they may be sleepwalking into an assault on their basic human rights.

It ends by calling on people to sign Amnesty's petition urging MPs to oppose the 42-day proposal.

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Released: 13 October 2008

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Credits

Client:
Amnesty International
Agency:
Stink
Directors:
DarkFibre
Creative director:
Blake Powell
Production company:
Stink
Producer:
Anna Smith
Music:
The Orb
Post production:
The Moving Picture Company
Sound:
Wave

 

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