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ADVERT REVIEW: THREE CROWNS MILK CREAM UP YOUR DAY…”CONCISE AND NOT DE…”

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It is called the ‘Three Crowns Milk cream up your day’ advert.

At the beginning of the advert, a lady identified as Funke while at the salon, milks her tea with the Three crowns milk. She sips her tea with a smile, hence enjoying the creamy and delicious taste ‘Three crowns milk’ has given the tea.

While enjoying the delicious taste of the tea, Funke is far away in thought. Meanwhile, there is another lady in the salon (we don’t know if she is a customer or the boss) who wants to make her hair urgently. She tries getting Funke’s attention but she is unable because she is far away in thought. When she finally gets her attention, she tells her to come and make her hair to which she quickly answers.

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REVIEW
The advert is self explanatory. The message is simple. Three crows milk is creamy and gives your tea a delicious taste hence making you think clearly and also relax well, just like Funke who while relaxing, forgets herself extremely as she is still savoring the delicious taste. The advert is an interesting one even though it is brief. That is what you call concise and simple. However, I feel it was not detailed enough. For instance, the lady that called Funke’s name, it may be hard for viewers to tell if she is her boss or just a customer. I know the message of the advert has been delivered, but then, the story should have been detailed…

JUST WONDERING
How come the lady at the other end is static, is she a statue?
Also, why was her hair up, if there was no one making the hair
The other lady that shouted Funke, is she the boss or the customer. What about Funke


Remark

Simple but nice
DURATION: 45 SECONDS (less than 1 MINUTE)

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