Braathens – Asylum

Here, we take a little amusing visit into what’s happening at a mental hospital. A patient crosses the room, imitating an airplane. The rest is a very amusing look at how the patients, who obviously lack of airplane trips, start pretending to fly. Throughout the commercial, an instrumental version of the “Toreador’s Song” from George Bizet’s Opera “Carmen” plays, and climaxes at the end, with a final message that will make you laugh… maybe.

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