CANTONA by Ruiz Nicoli for Futbolfoto.com

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Industry Online Press, Media & Information
Media Radio
Market Spain
Agency Ruiz Nicoli
Account Supervisor Claudia Pascual
Production Happy Jack
Released August 2010

Credits & Description

Category: Business Equipment & Services
Advertiser: FUTBOLFOTO.COM
Product/Service: FOOTBALL IMAGE BANK
Agency: RUIZ NICOLI LINEAS
Scriptwriter: Javier Echevarría/Breno Cotta/Kike Giménez/Manuel Arias
Agency Producer: Miriam Gamo
Account Supervisor: Claudia Pascual
Production Company: HAPPY JACK, Madrid, SPAIN
Date of First Appearance: Jan 1 1900 12:00AM
Entrant Company: RUIZ NICOLI LINEAS, Madrid, SPAIN

Full script of the ad IN ENGLISH, REGARDLESS OF THE ORIGINAL LANGUAGE OF THE AD
MVO: Looking for Fernando Torres: by Eric Cantoná. Blonde hair that shines over the shining utopia. Dealer of emotions. Be quiet, you bandit! Pulled down the neck of my shirt is. Pulled down to feel from your lips the breeze. Be quiet, you bandit! My love for you, for a big kid. It is time to let your mother's hand go. Hold mine tight. Neither will I walk alone, alone. I'll never walk... without you. ANN: We stole the souls of all footballers. futbolfoto.com. More than 30,000 photos of the world’s favourite sport.

Full script of the ad in the original language
MVO: Buscando a Fernando Torres: por Eric Cantoná. Rubio pelo que brilla sobre una utopía brillante. Traficante de emociones. Calla bandido calla. Bajado está el cuello de mi camisa. Bajado para sentir de tus labios la brisa. Calla bandido calla. Mi amor por ti, por un niño grande. Es hora de soltar la mano de tu madre. Agarra la mía. Yo tampoco caminaré solo. Solo, we'll never walk alone, alone. ANN: Le hemos robado el alma a los futbolistas. futbolfoto.com. Más de 30.000 imágenes ineditas del deporte favorito del mundo.

Brief Explanation
We played with the idea that when you take someone's picture you steal their soul. So since all the photos we have are of football players that's what we say: We steal the souls of footballers. So the radio ad is a parody of the footballer behaving totally different from his usual manner.