A Guy Shaves Off His Beard ... and Creates a Moving Docu-Style Ad

Israeli Spot for Super Pharm Razorblades Is About More Than Just Shaving

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In this online film for Israeli pharmacy chain Super Pharm Life, a man shaves off his beard. Nothing remarkable about that, but agency BBR Saatchi & Saatchi and director Oded Binun manage to make it into a moving docu-style film about what we see when we look at familiar faces.

The film, discreetly promoting Super Pharm's own-label razor blades, concerns Mookie, a husband and father. When his beard comes off, his own father fails to recognize him, his daughter says he looks "like a different daddy" and his wife feels like she's cheating on him. All are emotional family moments neatly captured on film.

Mookie himself, although worried beforehand about somehow losing his virility, seems to enjoy the change, saying he can now feel the wind and sun on his face for the first time in a long while. Hipsters, take note.

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Date
Jul 27, 2015
Agency:
BBR Saatchi & Saatchi
Chief Executive Officer:
Yossi Lubaton
Client:
Super-Pharm
Executive Creative Director:
Nadav Pressman
Creative Director:
Idan Levy
Art Director:
Michal Gonen
Copywriter:
Yair Zisser
Digital Creative Director:
Maayan Dar
VP Production:
Dorit Gvili
Producer:
Odelia Nachmias Freifeld
VP Client Services:
Shani Vengosh Shaul
Supervisor:
Noa Sharf
Account Executive:
Stav Hershkovitz
VP Strategic Planning:
Shai Nissenboim
Strategic Planner:
Roni Arisson
PR:
Eva Hasson
Traffic:
Ronit Doanis
Traffic:
Yael Kaufman
Production Company:
T GO Tom Sofer
Director:
Oded Binun
Post-Production:
Broadcast
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