Murine TVCs

3x15 sec spots for Murine

2013
AdvertisingFilmSet Design
Murine Eye Drops TVCs

Plump Films was commissioned by Sudler & Hennessey Sydney to create 3x15 sec spots for Murine. This is one of them.  I produced for Plump Films late 2004. 

Shot on 16mm.
EP: Glen Streton
Director: Gary Cunliffe

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