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Australian Trump's Wall Ad Banned In America

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Published on Jun 26, 2016

Trump's Wall Built by 180LA for 360fly Parody Video, It has been banned from major American networks ABC, NBC, and CBS.
To build buzz around its immersive video camera, startup 360fly has released a video poking fun at Donald Trump's absurd plan to build a wall on the border of Mexico to keep immigrants from entering the U.S.
The 60-second spot, created by 180LA, shows an audience member using the 360fly 4K 360-degree video camera to film Mr. Trump revealing the wall, but the lens picks up more than the Republican presidential candidate's calculated comb-over.
It shows a barrage of immigrants -- including a mariachi band member and street vendors -- crossing the border through a tunnel under the wall, and one even jet-packs over it. The spot ends with the tagline: "Get a broader perspective. Miss Nothing."
In addition to mocking Mr. Trump, the video parodies Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, showing the two Democrats welcoming the border jumpers into the U.S.
Peter Adderton, CEO of 360fly, told Los Angeles Times earlier today that TV networks declined to air the commercial because "they are worried about political neutrality and reinforcing stereotypes."
360fly posted the video on its Facebook page late yesterday, with a note that said, "Yeah, we went there. Check out the 360fly commercial the networks were afraid to air." The Facebook video already has 25,000 views, more than 580 shares and nearly 380 likes. On 360fly's YouTube channel, the video has garnered nearly 8,500 views since being uploaded on Monday.
The video was shot by three-time Academy Award-winning cinematographer Bob Richardson, who has filmed movies such as Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" and "Inglourious Basterds," according to a 360fly statement. Aussies slam #Trump with a slap down so clever, it’s been banned in the US. An Aussie-inspired ad satirizing Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump, along with his controversial if not ridiculously impractical promise to build a US-Mexico border wall, has been banned from major television networks across America.

The ad asks viewers to “get a broader perspective,” as it launches its 360fly 4k camera, a single-lens camera that captures seamless 360 degree video.

The ad is set during the fictional future press unveiling of President Trump’s massive border wall, and shows the 360 degree camera perspective of Mexican mariachi band members and chamber maids tunnelling underneath while Trump brags on unaware.

The ad is the brainchild of Australian-born 360fly CEO Peter Adderton.

It has been banned from major American networks ABC, NBC, and CBS. Built by 180LA for 360fly Parody Video

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