I have 2 small advertising creative.

Topic: I will stop for you at the crossroads 

(1)A girl in cheongsam is standing at the crossroads. The curtain behind her is slowly going down. Time and space crisscross. She becomes older and older. (The curtain stops going down.) Until she comes again to herself, does she suddenly find that she is just a teenager in school uniform. 

(2)A girl in cheongsam is standing at the crossroads. The curtain behind her is slowly going down. A little girl is chasing her balloon without noticing her arriving at the roadside. A girl in cheongsam observes the emergency. Then, time waits for her. Nothing unexpected happens. Opps!
what is the context for these two? (nt)
05/21/2009 - 11:46
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A mature gentleman, doesn't follow,
05/21/2009 - 22:06
or are you just kidding us Cheers Doc
Re: A mature gentleman, doesn't follow,
05/22/2009 - 17:07
I am not kidding someone, what I said was what I thought. I hope the watches are adept at giving the future customers, especially for ladies, more than they respect.
Cantonese?
05/21/2009 - 22:51
I understand that cheongsam is a Cantonese word for a traditional oriental wrap dress or "long shirt".  I can see the image you are making....how does it connect to Vacheron watches (ladies, I presume)?
Re: Cantonese?
05/22/2009 - 17:03
What can parents tell their children about the money, about the watches? What I am trying to say is that the watches are adept at giving the future customers, especially for ladies, more than they respect.