"If the virus doesn't stop you from leaving your home, then the spoilers will." While those who can are urged to confine themselves to avoid spreading the coronavirus, many still fail to follow government guidelines. Inspired by this unprecedented phenomenon, students imagined a humorous advertising campaign intended to convince the most recahooly-news.comtrant to remain confined.
This quirky project is actually an imaginary campaign for the Netflix brand led by two students from the Miami Ad School in Germany, as part of their studies. The concept? If you don't want to risk having your favorite series spoiled, stay at home. Because outside you are waiting for billboards revealing vital information on the most popular series of the streaming platform, Stranger things at La Casa de Papel Passing by Love is blind.
A well thought-out false operation
"Containment helps drastically reduce the spread of COVID-19. This is why the #StayTheFuckHome hasthag exists. But some people think it's okay to go out for a walk," said the students on the site where their project is published. "People are doing everything to avoid spoilers linked to their favorite series. We want to discourage them from going out with spoilers installed in public spaces".
If it is obviously a false operation imagined around a real brand, the idea, presented in a completely credible video, immediately conquered Internet users, who were many to relay it.