Ad Nut
Oct 21, 2019

'Edward Robothands' finds acceptance in this Samsung Thailand film

THE WORK: 'The Mechanic' for Samsung Electronics by Cheil Worldwide Thailand.

The above film, titled 'The Mechanic', marks Samsung Electronics’ 30th anniversary in Thailand. It focuses on the company's Dual Vocational Education Program, which provides training, internships and job opportunities to vocational students.

Ad Nut is surprised to see that some measure of technical proficiency might be seen as an affliction, but that seems to be the case here. Luckily, our hero finds acceptance, work and perhaps even love once he locates a tribe of like-minded (like-handed?) cyborgs.

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