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Feb 28, 2018

Thriller makes action hero out of hunky but humble handyman

Two-minute film for Germany's Das Handwerk tells tale of a man, his tool and a fire-breathing monster in the basement.

When exorcism fails to rid a home of a fiery demon, a handyman (from the client company, Das Handwerk) arrives to literally wrench the evil fiend out of its stronghold.

Yet the film is staged like a western. With a banjo soundtrack.

Ad Nut hopes you enjoy it as much as Ad Nut did. The agency is Heimat Berlin and the ad was directed by Tore Frandsen of The Sweet Shop, with production by Bigfish Berlin. 

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