German film students' controversial spot shows Merc deflecting danger by killing young Hitler

MCP.jpgA controversial new student-created spot has been launched and submitted to a Berlin Film School for Mercedes' Collision-Prevent-Assist-System.

The spot, which was obviously not authorised by the car company, ends with a young Adolf Hitler being run over by a Mercedes-Benz, which deflects danger before it happens.

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Max said:

A lot better than many 'paid-for' spots nowadays. As for the plot, I am sure no one will be complaining this time around :)

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