That 'Strangers Making Out' Video Turned Out to be a Clothing Ad [VIDEO]
Mar 12, 2014 13:39
Yesterday, we posted what was supposed to be an 'art' project called "First Kiss," where 20 strangers meet for the first time and make out in front of a camera. It was totally adorable, and it went viral.
It's also actually a clothing advertisement.
The video was directed and produced by Tatia Pilieva, who got 10 guys and 10 girls and told them to make out. While all the details about it was true (that they were strangers and kissing each other for the first time), Double X points out that it was fundamentally a commercial for the clothing line Wren:
And you're not actually watching random people who were plucked off the street to get intimate. Many of the participants are people whose jobs involve being charismatic on camera, which makes things a little different:
Well it's still cute, even though it would have been more authentic with random strangers equipped with no experience in front of a rolling camera! But it's an adorable advertisement anyway. And I don't think anyone was looking at the clothes.
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