The simplistic approach to this advertisement is what gives it such a dramatic impact. In the beginning of the advertisement, you start hearing a ringing like you would when you call someone. The phone is answered and the operator on one end asks the address of the emergency. The woman/ caller on the other end replies the address back to the operator, and she says that she would like to "order a pizza". The operator is thoroughly confused as to why the woman would order a...
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...en 60 rising and the public eye downgrading the situation of the NFL choosing money and promotion over women and men falling victim to sexual assault and domestic violence. The pathos appeals to the senses throughout the advertisement as well as the advertisements ability to move viewers through states of wonder, questioning, shock, sadness, compassion and anger in 60 seconds was incredible.
Furthermore, it added to the implicit message of awareness. Domestic violence and sexual assault do not just happen to women. Both men and women face domestic violence and sexual assault. Women and men of all ages are susceptible to falling victim to theses heinous acts. As well as men and women of all life 's predicaments are capable of being at risk to be subject to these malicious crimes, not just men and women who may or may not place themselves more in danger than others.
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