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Fiat: The Argument, Chess, After Hours   [Original Title]

Country of Origin: Italy
Year of origin: 2002
Genre: Advertising Film
Locations of shooting: n/a

Production company: Leo Burnett Advertising

Keywords: Kochen, Schach, Streit, Überstunden
Fiat advertises for car financing with the slogan "Seize the Moment". This is illustrated by three short storys. (1) A woman is having an argument with her boyfriend on the telephon, because he is letting her wait. In the downstairs flat a man is cooking and listening in. Finally, the woman declares that she will go with the first man she meets. As she leaves her flat her neighbour is waiting in the landing. (2) An old man is playing chess with a young man. The young man has checked the old mans king, and he can't see an move available to him in reply. A telephon rings in the audience. Annoyed, the young player turns around. In this moment the old player quickely puts one of his opponents figures in his mouth. (3) A young employee doing overtime enters the office of his boss. Unexpectantly he encounters his boss at sexual play with a woman. Quick-witted he says that he came to talk about a pay rise, and that he'll get back to that in the morning.

Version 1
Language: n/a
Sound: 2-Doppelzacken (Lichtton)
Aspect: 1:1,66
Duration: 2 min

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