Ad Nut
Feb 18, 2016

It's not you...it's my cholesterol level

From Thailand: 'The breakup' for Nautilus Thailand by GREYnJ

It's not you...it's my cholesterol level

Nautilus Thailand, a purveyor of tuna-based snack packages, has scored a viral success with this video documenting a painful breakup conversation where everything is not exactly as it seems. Released just before Valentine's Day, the video has more than 2.1 million Facebook views, 1 million of which came in the first 24 hours, according to the agency.

 

99% ของการบอกเลิกมักจะจบไม่สวยมาดูว่า 1% ที่จบสวยเป็นยังไง

Posted by Nautilus Thailand on Thursday, February 11, 2016

Ad Nut would like to remind everyone that nuts are also a healthy snack option.

CREDITS

Agency: GREYnJ United (Thailand)
Chief Creative Officer: Jureeporn Thaidumrong
Executive Creative Director: Asawin Phanichwatana
Creatives: Kanokwan Chatkaewmanee, Ratanaparn Songsermsawad, Veerawin Suksantinunt
Kanlayanee Pratuangjid, Taywin Navakunsuntorn, Supakit Yindeeanant
Account Service: Kanaporn Hutcheson, Kanokkorn Seehapan, Vorawan Kaewket,
Pantipa Athayu
Agency Producer: Kanoksak  kanchanachutha, Mali Pongsirirak
Planner: Jongkoch Dusittanakarin
Production House: Hub Ho Hin
Director: Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit
Producer: Nattapon Kornkaew

 

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