Dick doesn't get it: how a 1960s ad man would definitely not adjust to life in today's ad world

DICK-TORONTO.jpgCanadian agency Zulu Alpha Kilo has created a film that most agencies wouldn't dare to create.

The video, which was screened at last night's Agency of the Year event in Toronto, takes a humorous look at how a 1960s ad man would adjust to life in today's ad world. Viewer warning: some nudity, swearing, and off-colour humour. 

Agency: Zulu Alpha Kilo, Toronto
Creative Director: Zak Mroueh
Writer: Sean Atkinson
Art Director: Shawn James
Agency Producer: Tara Handley
Editor: Michael Headford
Accounts: Devina Hardatt
Director: Bruce McDonald
Production Company: Revolver Films
Producer: Luc Frappier/Rob Allan
Director of Photography: Johnny Cliff
Casting: Jigsaw Casting/Shasta Lutz
Transfer/Online: Alter Ego
Audio/Music: Pirate Toronto
Audio Director: Chris Tait

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