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Coca-Cola Commercial (2009)

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Coca-Cola Commercial

Winter/Spring 2009
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Plot / Description

A man is lying on a blanket outside under a tree, with his unopened bottle of Coca-Cola next to him. A ladybug flies from a blade of grass to the top of the Coke bottle, but it still has the cap on it, so the bug can't get any of the drink. In the distance, a group of grasshoppers appears at the same time a group of bees begins to form in the air. The ladybug is still on the top of the bottle, ready to defend it's claim on the drink. The grasshoppers rush the bottle at the same time the bees swarm in. The bottle is knocked over and starts to roll down a hill. The groups of "bugs" are all in pursuit of the Coke, as it drops into a stream of water, where a group of fireflies joins in the chase. Finally, a beetle manages to open the top and Coca-Cola pours freely, allowing all the bugs to enjoy the beverage. The sound of the bottle opening causes the napping man to wake up and reach for his Coke bottle, but it's just a group of insects in the form of a bottle that fly away as he grasps at the image.

Written Text

open happiness