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Tropicana Commercial (2010)

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Tropicana Commercial

Winter/Spring 2010
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Plot / Description

In the Canadian Arctic, having sunshine in the morning is not something that is a given. On the 31st day of no sunlight in Inuvik, Tropicana brought in their own inflatable sun, that brought a bright morning to the people who have been living in darkness. Because Tropicana believes that a brighter morning leads to a brighter day. 
"Tropicana Advert Commercial: Arctic Sun - Brighter mornings for brighter days"

Voiceover / Dialog / Script / Spoken Word

(Lyrics) Bad day, looking for a way home 
Looking for the great escape 
Gets in his car and drives away 
Far from all the things that we are 
Puts on a smile and breathes it in 
And breathes it out, he says 
Bye bye bye to all of the noise

Written Text

The Canadian Arctic. 9 a.m. 
Day 31 without sunlight. 
On January 8th, we brought the sun to Inuvik. 
Because we believe 
brighter mornings make for brighter days.