The American writer Henry David Thoreau once said, “Could a greater miracle take place than for us to look through each other’s eyes for an instant?” This video attempts to help us do that and have empathy with others. Instead of just judging at first sight, we are encouraged to put ourselves in their shoes. Although it is actually an advert for a Hospital Clinic, it doesn’t come across as such and in fact, portrays a very deep and meaningful message that encourages reflection.
Two Spocks, an Audi and a Mercedes. You may think that there’s a type-o there but then you’d be wrong. The latest video from Audi for their S7 features not one but two Mr. Spocks from the famous Star Trek franchise. The following video in lovely High Definition presents us with Leonard Nimoy’s Spock (from the Original Series) and Zachary Quinto’s Spock from the new JJ Abrams films. Both actors (or Spocks, for those of you who often confuse fiction with reality) agree to a challenge in which the loser will buy the winner their lunch.
Which Spock Is Better?
That is likely to be an eternal debate, almost as heated as ‘Which is better: Star Wars or Star Trek?’! However, the video presents both actors interpreting the same role and in a light-hearted setting, thus providing not only a touch of humour but should keep fans happy, both of the Original Show and the New Films. Enjoy and don’t forget to comment. Thanks.
Aparentemente en el mundo moderno en lo cual vivimos, existe una cosa llamada “publicidad personalizada”. Consiste en mostrarte publicidad relacionada con lo que estás viendo actualmente. Eso dicho, quiero saber ¿qué tiene que ver el trailer de la nueva peli de Star Trek con 3 restaurantes de lujo de Barcelona y Madrid? ¡Algo falla en alguna parte! je je.
Apparently in this modern world in which we live, there’s a thing called “personalised advertising”. Basically it means that you are shown adverts relating to what you are actually looking at. That said, I would love to know what the new Star Trek film has to do with 3 swanky restaurants in Madrid & Barcelona. Something is not working somewhere! ha ha