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Duane Benson
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re: Hobbit safety video from Air New Zealand
Duane Benson   11/20/2012 9:28:54 AM
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Seeing this, in part, inspired me to re-watch the three LOTR movies. I have a lot of respect for companies that can be creative like this. Why not? It'll certainly make people more likely to watch the video. All of the necessary information is there. The only downside is that it seems a lot longer than a standard safety video. On the other hand, I wouldn't complain.

SylvieBarak
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re: Hobbit safety video from Air New Zealand
SylvieBarak   11/5/2012 7:34:54 PM
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do you have a link for that? Not sure I recall any bodypaint uniforms!

ljp93105
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ljp93105   11/5/2012 6:55:53 PM
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Weren't these the same folks that did the one where the uniforms were body paint?

David Ashton
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David Ashton   11/3/2012 10:08:17 AM
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GREAT video, however I can't help wondering about the reactions of anyone who has not read / seen LOTR (there must be a couple around...) Would love to be sitting near one when it comes on..... Then again, if it leads said persons to read the book or see the movie.....job done!

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EREBUS0   11/1/2012 7:50:21 PM
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I like it. It does keep you watching just to see what character shows up next. Well done New Zealand.

SylvieBarak
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re: Hobbit safety video from Air New Zealand
SylvieBarak   11/1/2012 7:29:19 PM
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One airline safety video to rule them all...



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