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A Wannabe Rock Star Gets Some Help From Her Dad in This Charming Spot

Polish Auction Site Allegro Offers Up A Dad-Daughter Tale

By Alexandra Jardine. Published on May 11, 2016

Editor's Pick

Dad and daughter tales are everywhere at the moment; we've seen ads recently from McDonald's, Chase and Pantene where fathers will do anything for their little girls. Now Polish auction site Allegro (which has impressed us with its ads before) offers up the story of a girl determined to play the guitar, and the efforts of her devoted dad to encourage her.

Despite the awful noise she makes at first, he keeps going on Allegro to order her more and more equipment, and different sized packages keep coming through the door. Eventually, she starts to sound better, although -- in one of the ad's funnier moments -- the neighbours aren't too impressed when she moves from bedroom to garage and plugs in. It's fairly predictable that she'll end up a rock star, but it's told in such a charming way that you'll love it anyway.

The ad is by Warsaw agency Bardzo, and was directed by Social Club's Jesper Ericstam.

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Credits

Date
May 11, 2016
Agency:
Bardzo Sp. z o.o. Warsaw
Client:
Allegro
Creative Director:
Hubert Stadnicki
Copywriter:
Lukasz Pietrzak
Copywriter:
Hubert Stadnicki
Art Director:
Wiktor Pietrzak
Graphic Designer:
Rafal Kuzma
Agency Producer:
Bartek Nowak
Director:
Jesper Ericstam
Director of Photography:
Henrik Stenberg
Music:
Marcus Bergkvist
Music:
Misirlou
Post Production Company:
Stage2
Post Production:
Studio Dzwiekowe
Production:
Cut/Cut Production House / Warsaw
Producer:
Grazyna Bastek
Production Manager:
Agnieszka Chrusciel
Project Coordinator:
Karolina Osipiak
Post Production Manager:
Marcin Poradka
Research Manager:
Agnieszka Chrusciel
Production Assistant:
Szymon Piatkowski
Production Assistant:
Zuzanna Boryszewska
Offline Editor:
Kuba Pietrzak

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