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After the previous ad, here's a new and colorful Sony Bravia commercial, called "Domino City".
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bitzosu 6 years ago
DarkiKun 6 years ago
not my favorite commercial but ... not bad ^^;
rearcushion 6 years ago
Pfsss.. another humdrum commercial from Sony. FAKE!!!
patriotaus 6 years ago
wts 6 years ago
Ahahahahah I almost choked myself to death when read that #3 comment...
I just love those people who posts such things.
Or maybe you can explain to us your point of view?
barf 6 years ago
#3: Thank you, Captain Obvious
yuriythebest 6 years ago
I agree with #3, definitely FAKE!!!
also since that screen doesn't support stereo3d I consider it out of date right of the shelf.
nooitaf (admin) 6 years ago
i wonder why there are people in this video that could never efford a tv like that .. strange ad thinking here.. :I
McLovin 6 years ago
It's cool to make an ad in an exotic place, even if the local people will never know wtf's a Sony Bravia. They think it's a new economic tiny car!
Team42 6 years ago
#5 don't hold your breath for the explanation, pal! That said, I'd love to know what "fake" means in the context of this ad.
As for this clip, I liked it. Colourful. It wouldn't make me want to run out and buy a new tv though...
SpikedSilver 6 years ago
looks nice, but only western european marketing offices would use a scene where hindus are washing their faces in the tiber which is a holy river but also contanimated by bodies.
Nifen 6 years ago
can anyone say aloda money
Reaperdaddy 6 years ago
i dont understand why some people like #3 #7 #8 have to analyse everything they see with some fake philosophical or fake market pro analist point of view... shit, its just one advert for a TV guys...
and since its well made, the comment possible for this kind of file should be "nicely made advert with nice color contrast".
MaxXL 5 years ago
This is definately not fake! I remember playing with these so-called "Domino bricks" when I was little.
They were much smaller though, but I was also little at the time. Small people, small pleasures. There are big people, aka. adults, in the add, which calls for big bricks.
I don't think this a a commercial for Sony, though the beginning of a Sony commercial is shown in the end of this clip.
But I do agree with #3; This add if definately fake.
fenerli 5 years ago
Bit boring, dominos fell too slowly but great ad and one I wouldn't mind being on when I'm watching TV over and over. Nice finale.
#14: Glad someone caught the sarcasm...
6 years ago
400 x 225 px
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