Stoli Vodka is campaigning responsibly…

22 Oct

When I first saw the following series of commercials, I couldn’t help but laugh. But, once I finished, I already knew I had to post about them. The title of the ad campaign is ‘Would you have a drink with you?’ and the plot is simple: each celebrity has a drink with their ‘Hollywood’ self, and basically questions their own integrity. Sounds entertaining enough, right? While this is amusing, there is so much truth behind what they are actually saying and doing. Not to mention the ‘hidden’ clues, other than the obvious duality, as to who is pulling the strings on these puppets.

Notice the ever present ‘Eye’?

Notice the snake earrings?

Notice the Sex Kittens Bunnies?

One thing I found interesting was the fact Julia Stiles was the only one who never really came to an agreement with her ‘self’. Matter of fact, she seems quite annoyed. Look at another version of her same commercial.

This last clip is Hugh Hefner’s extended version. He actually goes into a little history about himself. The images and what he says is very eye opening to how easy it is for ‘them’ to get people to sell themselves to be puppets for the industry. Very very sad in deed.

But, hey, THAT’S MY OPINION!!!


Posted by on October 22, 2011 in Industry, Symbolism


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4 responses to “Stoli Vodka is campaigning responsibly…

  1. anna

    October 23, 2011 at 12:05 PM

    yeah but notice how they keep it all non-judgmental and, as we modern people say nowadays… OPEN MINDED.
    “the most original people”…. yeah…. the usual orwellian dialectic given to you by then (i bet my ass cheeks on it) satanic owners of a vodka company.

  2. anna

    October 23, 2011 at 12:13 PM

    oh and yeah, hefner, thanks a lot for publicly desensitizing the whole world about women, officially tranforming them into dull expressionless sexual objects for our collective unconsciuos to accept.
    now let’s ask ourselves why oh why, nowadays men are so womanized.
    i truly think we are hitting rock bottom right now in these current years and we all have a really short time to go.

  3. MsAmerica

    November 2, 2011 at 8:59 AM

    Has anyone seen the ‘falling angels’ commercial that Axe did several months ago? It can be found on ‘you tube’.

  4. Ena Pizzella

    November 7, 2011 at 12:12 PM

    hey, great blog! love it 🙂


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