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Renault Clio Sport Advertisement: More Vravra Vroom

Synopsis
Television advertisement created by Publicis for the Renault Clio Sport. It features a woman (Sophie, played by Annelise Hesme) driving the Renault Clio in Paris and a man (Ben, played by Jeremy Sheffield) driving the Renault Clio in London. The woman says "France"; the man replies "Britain". The woman says "The Eiffel Tower"; the man responds "Blackpool Tower". The woman says "Jules Verne, Jean-Paul Sartre, Baudelaire"; the man replies "Shakespeare". The woman says "French car"; the man responds "British designers". A voiceover states "The new Clio. Twice the va va vroom."
Language
English
Country
Great Britain
Medium
Television
Technical information
Colour / Sound
Year of release
2006
Availability
No distributor known (11/2007)

Credits

Director
Jordan Scott
Cast
Annelise HesmeSophie
Jeremy SheffieldBen

Additional Details

Production type
Advertising/Trailers/Promos
Keywords
Shakespeare, William (1564-1616)

Notes

Notes
The advertisement may be purchased by paid subscribers to adforum.com and www.visit4info.com.
General
This advertisement is one of a series on the French/British theme featuring the same actors and evoking Shakespeare as a symbol of Britain. In another ad, to everything French which Sophie mentions, Ben (quietly reading a copy of Henry V) puts a finger to his lips and says ‘ssh - akespeare’.

Production Company

Name

RSA Films

Sponsor

Name

Renault

Distributor (Sale)

Name

AdForum

Web
http://www.adforum.com External site opens in new window

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