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Two students from the Czech Film Academy commission a leading advertising agency to organize a huge campaign for the opening of a new supermarket named Czech Dream. The supermarket however does not exist and is not meant to. The advertising campaign includes radio and television ads, posters, flyers with photos of fake Czech Dream products, a promotional song, an internet site, and ads in newspapers and magazines. Will people believe in it and show up for the grand opening? Written by
are we really that stupid? sorry but it seems so.. great idea..the guys that actually did this are amazing and so down to earth..they showed up at tiff (well, one of them did) and you could really realize who comes up which such ideas...young freaks (and it's a compliment) that are convinces that something they do can actually change the way people think, even if at a small range (perhaps far too small)..has it changed anyone? well, the czechs may have some unresolved problems (the boys are actually suing the government :))..but it seems as the movie continues its road along europe it becomes more obvious that such a prank was all so needed..a wake up call maybe for europe..to ad or not to ad..to believe everything they sell or not to believe anything they sell
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