Ahoi, I'm Marlen

Ahoi, I'm Marlen

Marlen Stahlhuth
freelance photographer // Nylon Mag, BLONDE Mag, INDIE Mag, VICE, adidas etc.
casting / photo production / visual concept creation / social media






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Marlen Stahlhuth
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10999 Berlin

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"Here's To Change" mit Robert Downey Jr.


Advertising Clips can sometimes be more interesting than the movies, or TV shows. I guess because they have to try harder to convince everyone. Borders are beginning to fade though as things like fashion films have become more and more popular. Nicole Kidman sitting on roof tops for Chanel, or the dancing model movie by Lavin, are just a few successful examples. Brands are spending an awful lot of money on mini movies, that are almost as elaborately produced as blockbusters. So it was only a matter of time until other brand branches would get on board.

The most recent example is "Here's To Change" starring Robert Downey HTC. Not paying attention, you at first don't even notice that it is an ad. Very costly produced, many location changes and even a little action scene. Besides that Robert Downey Jr. is awesome as always and brings the whole clip to a completely new level. It's a movie, taking less than 3 minutes.

Based on a simple but very clever idea the clip thematizes what "HTC" could stand for. Through out the film, they travel to various locations always coming across the same three letters H-T-C. As stated in the beginning "HTC is anything you want it to be". This leads to "Humongous Tinfoil Catamaran, Hipster Troll Arwash, or a Hot Tea Catapult. My favourite one being "Hold this Cat". (Other examples: Hog Tied Clown // Hot Tempered Cheerleaders etc. This list could go on forever.

By the way, the official slogan is "Here's to Change" which kind of sums it all up. As life is changing faster than ever before, and almost everything seems old a few years from now (especially when it comes to technology) focussing on change, and making it the key idea, is actually quite clever.

Check out the video, "Here's To Change" simply because it's ROBERT DOWNEY JR.

Aug. 13, 2013

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