It Seems Like No One Gets to Drink the Coke in Coca-Cola's Oscars Ad

One Bottle of Coke Improves Everybody's Day

Published on Feb 23, 2015

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In this new Coca-Cola ad that debuted during the Academy Awards ceremony, a bottle of Coke gets passed from hand to hand as various people in a beach community look to make life a little better for their neighbors.

The "Generous World" ad begins at a concession stand, where a man purchases the Coke bottle. As he's about to take a sip, a cacophonous twang alerts him that a woman playing her guitar just lost one of her strings. To make her feel better, he offers her his soda. Just as she's about to take a taste, an even worse fate befalls another . . .and so on and so on. So much so that you wonder, by the end, if the Coke has gotten warm, lost its fizz and if anyone's ever going to end up drinking it.

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Feb 23, 2015
Music and Sound:
Creative Director:
Hal Curtis
Creative Director:
Jeff Gillette
Creative Director:
Antony Goldstein
Neil Ramanan
Art Direcror:
Gianmaria Schonlieb
Jennifer Hundis
Business Afairs:
Teresa Lutz
Executive Creative Director:
Joe Staples
Executive Creative Director:
Mark Fizloff
Head of Production:
Ben Grylewicz
Production Company:
Dante Ariola
Head of Production:
Scott Howard
Line Producer:
Natalie Hill
Director of Photgraphy:
Philippe Le Sound
Editorial Company:
Rock Paper Scissors
Adam Petrofsky
Assistant Editor:
Marjorie Sacks
Post Producer:
Shada Shariatzadeh
Post Executive Producer:
Angela Dorian
Final Online&Effect:
The Mill
Final Online&Effect:
Chris Harlow
Color Correction:
Company 3
Color Correction:
Stefan Sonnenfeld
Music Company:
We Are Walker
Executive Music Producer:
Sara Matarazzo
Audio Post & Sound Design Company:
Eleven Sound
Audio Post & Sound Design Company:
Jeff Payne

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