Online giant Amazon has released its cross-border Christmas ad featuring strong ballerinas who acted for its neighbors in the snow after its show was canceled due to the Covid-19 crisis.
The 2-minute clip shakes up with tear-jerking moments and features the presence of a dancer who is devastated when her performance is canceled due to an epidemic.
In the ad, after the young man’s family masks, they organize a special event outside that sees the dancer perform for his neighbors on Christmas ice.
The Heart Warming TV feature is ready to compete with the likes of John Lewis and Marks & Spencer, as Delivery Callus is ready to win over enthusiastic buyers.
Online giant Amazon has unveiled its iconic Christmas ad featuring the strong ballerina who forms for her neighbors in the snow after her show was canceled due to the Covid-19 crisis.
It also comes after Argos and TK MaxX unveiled their Christmas ads last week.
This is the first crisis seen after the second mention of the ad that many Britons faced a difficult year due to the Kovid-1p epidemic.
The ad features a young teenager practicing ballet at a performing arts school, and being given an acting role for an upcoming performance.
However, he and his family were told to ‘stay home’ because of the coronavirus epidemic.
In a scene from the ad, which is the second time that many Britons have faced a difficult year and accepted the second year,
She is seen practicing on the zoom and is seen with fellow dancers but is crushed when her performance is canceled due to the crisis.
Seeing her heartbreak, her family organized a special one-off performance for her, distributing flyers to friends and neighbors for a piece called ‘The show must go on’.
The young man is then seen donating his ballet costume, performing before entering the ice outside and for neighbors trapped inside the house.
Many are seen coming to her window to shake the dancer in the winter, before stepping in to appreciate her performance.
The ad stars Tos Vinolo, a French ballet dancer, as a young aspiring performer who dreams of playing a big role.
Simon Morris, VP Global Creative at Amazon, said: ‘Our TV ad pays homage to the invincible human consciousness and the strength of the community, which we have often witnessed this year.’
It will air on November 3 during the first commercial break of The Great British Back Off on Channel 4.
The TV commercial, produced by Lucky Generals for Amazon, stars French ballet dancer Tass Binolo.
Tuss said: ‘When I was growing up in the French countryside, there was no girl in the sand like me, not even on TV, with whom I had no one to introduce me to.
After the Covid-19 crisis canceled his performance, the ballerina could be seen dancing across the city as she tried to practice.
‘Being in this shoot helped it so much, it really enabled me to own who I am, who I want to be and what I represent.
‘I am very proud to be a part of this project as its message means a lot to me and even more than the complex times that are going on around the world.’
The film features a unique arrangement of the Queen’s song ‘The Show Must Go’; And it was shot by award-winning director Melina Matsukas, whose previous directing credits include Beyonc”s ‘Formation’ and Rihanna’s ‘Way Find Love’, and the critically acclaimed film ‘Queen and Slim’.
The ad was released after TK Mexico became the first major high-street chain to recognize the Covid-19 crisis in a Christmas ad.
The ad ended as soon as her neighbors and loved ones came to their window to watch her perform
The first Christmas ad was spread at the beginning of the race to attract enthusiastic shoppers behind Argos.
The sports ad, which will hit the big screen on Wednesday, begins to walk the farm on a snowy day after a cheerful goat, a turquoise scarf and a soft hot pink jumper with a red bra.
It was later revealed that the colorful garment was a gift from the farmer ‘Lil Goat’, who stated that the animal deserved it ‘years later’. ‘
The ad conveys the message that almost a year later, in the year 2020, when countries around the world came to a standstill due to the Covid-19 crisis, people are “claimants of great gifts.”
TK Maxx became the second largest high street chain to spread advertising early Christmas in a competition to attract enthusiastic shoppers behind Argos.