Changing Faces 'face equality' by DDB London

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DDB London has created this ad for charity Changing Faces to raise the profile of the issue of facial disfigurement.

The camera travels with a girl with a facial disfigurement showing how a variety of people react to her on her journey to work.

At the end of the ad her face is revealed and she says: "You might not notice what you are doing, but I do".

The ad was shot on 35mm film to give a cinematic, warm quality to the observational style.

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Released: 16 May 2008

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Changing Faces
DDB London
Jonathan Meatyard
Darren O'Beirne
Tom Connolly
Peter McMillan
Production company
Feel Films

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