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SPECIAL REPORT: CREATIVE DIRECTORS/MIDWEST_ Nightmares & Dreamscapes

Kabuki, the highly stylized form of Japanese theater, doesn't often appear in advertising, but the art form figures prominently in a new, nearly four-minute Internet film advertising Polaroid's Mio, a new, high-end instant camera that takes wallet-size photos. The short film was done via Leo...

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