Norwegian State Railways: Think

Why is it you never see a commercial like this from an African American agency? Not that it's such a great commercial, but you never see black spots that leave the realm of the standard fare. It uses an assimilation or an approximation of an African American classic song. But from there they let their imagination fly. Is it because the client won't except it? Or is it because we won't dream it? If the casting were changed would it be black enough? I'm just asking.


McCann, Oslo

Directed by: Roenberg

Shot at Elstree Studios with Motion Blur (Oslo)

Producer: Baker Cogan
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