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Uploaded on May 12, 2007
When this starts playing you'll think you've seen it before. It's the black and white Think! campaign advert, with the kid getting hit by the car. But, it's an extended 90 second version, slowed down even more, with a completely different voiceover talking about the extra stopping distance. Can anyone shed light on this? It certainly wasn't on Television, to my knowledge. Maybe it was a Cinema only advert?
Edit: According to a wonderful user called CountBlah I can fill in the blanks on this one. Apparently it was shown, together with some other Think ads, in an extended form during road safety classes at schools around the country. The idea being that a copper would come in, talk to the kids, and show these to drive the point home. Thanks for the info!