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Apr 11, 2016

Meet a man who actually wants holes drilled into his skull

From Australia: 'The lucky ones', for Parkinson's NSW by J. Walter Thompson Sydney

Meet a man who actually wants holes drilled into his skull

Warning: Thie video below depicts brain surgery, so you are highly likely to find it disturbing. Ad Nut certainly does. But that's the point.

The film will be seeded on Facebook and Unruly and is supported by a website, where you can find further videos, including one featuring the director of the above film, who also suffers from Parkinson's:

Today is World Parkinson’s Day.

CREDITS

Client:  Parkinson’s NSW
Marketing Director-Clare Audet
Events & Fundraising Manager-Claire Tester

Agency: J. Walter Thompson Sydney
Simon Langley - Executive Creative Director
Laurie Geddes, John Lam & Matt Thorne – Creative Team
Kel Gronow - Editor
Paul Friedmann – Senior Onscreen Producer
Angela Morris – Executive Planning Director
Carly Yanco – Senior Planner
Milly Hall – Group Account Director
Isabelle Udall – Senior Account Manager

Production Company:  We Are Content:
Director: David Jagoda
Producer: Rob Schrieber

Post Production (grade and online): Method Studios
Sound Studio: Smith & Western.
PR agency: Hill & Knowlton
Amelia Tipping: Head of Consumer
Ashley Mawer: Account Director
Jayne Ellis: Account Manager
 

 

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