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Mike Rosenbloom CMM 411 Professor Siegel 3-3-08 Narrative Theory Homework http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4NVbFoj3aTQ The commercial I choose aired during the Super Bowl. It’s an ad for Planters cashews, but you don’t find that out until the very end. Pretty much the overall narrative of the commercial is an obviously unattractive woman is doing things that most people do in their every day lives, but every time she passes a man, they are so mesmerized by her that they completely lose focus on whatever they are doing at the time. At the end of the commercial, they show her spreading a Planters cashew all over her, and that is why guys are falling for her. The commercial starts off with the unattractive woman in an elevator with a much better looking guy looking at her and smiling. You can tell right away that she is ugly because she has a unibrow and her lips are just really messed up. It goes from there to show her walking out her door and passing another guy. This guy keeps walking but turns to look at her and walks right through the glass in the door. The next thing she does is
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  • Spring '08
  • Siegel
  • English-language films, Planters, Super Bowl, Planters cashew, Mike Rosenbloom CMM, Theory Homework http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4NVbFoj3aTQ

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