Evian Babies – TV Ad

Evian Roller Babies
Back in 2009 Evian released a rather funny and surreal TV commercial where we see a bunch of babies dance on roller blades. This advert depicting babies proved such a hit that in 2011, 2 years later, they released an Inside Out campaign which featured a commercial as well as an online interactive campaign.

You can watch the advert below:

Evian Roller Babies:

Another funny campaign related video I found is this interview where they interview the roller baby dancers. It further brings to life the baby dancers back story.

Evian Roller Babies Interview:

Like I previously stated, in 2011 they released another baby related advert. Below I’ve provided the directors cut which is definitely worth a watch.

Evian Baby Inside:

Reviewing The Evian Roller Babies Advert:
Cinematography:
5/5

The cinematography in this advert is fantastic. The CGI of dancing roller babies, though a little creepy if you ask me, is very well done and helps deliver a very good advert. 5/5

Message: 5/5

The messaging of the advert is good in terms of you can remember that the dancing roller babies have something to do with Evian. 5/5

Pace: 4/5

The pace is very good however it feels too long to make it excellent. 4/5.

Sound: 5/5

The sound makes the advert enjoyable and easy to watch. 5/5

Overall: 4.75/5

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What about you?
What do you think about dancing roller babies? I’d love to see your feedback in the comments below.

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