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The Bitter Litter Law

Submitted by on November 8, 2011 – 10:00 am12 Comments |



Once in a while we come across shorts that are just about the right length, that have some thing very valid to say, and that do not push you on to the corner chair and give you a lecture that you are in no mood to listen. In other words, the kind that leave you impressed!

Here is one such sweet short film, that runs for about a minute and a half. The concept of an anti-littering campaign is unambiguous here, the execution slick, the editing and the camera right on place. Team 4 is behind the ad, and we are sure this is a great start. Do take a look at this simple and sweet ad and let us know what you think!



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