American Liver Foundation's "Couch"
A romantic interlude between a man and woman is interrupted by a third party�the man's liver which appears in the form of another guy in a liver costume. The original guy advises his date to ignore the liver seated next to them on a couch. Then the lights go out and the liver pummels its owner. The moral: Don't ignore your liver.
Agency: Filter, New York Chris Brignola, executive creative director/art director; Jay Sharfstein, executive creative director/copywriter Production Company: Tangerine Films Good Guys (a.k.a. Brian Jackson, Nathan Crooker), director; Sal Del Giudice, executive producer; Elana Wertkin, producer; Derek McKane, DP. Editorial: MacKenzie Cutler Yvette Choy, editor Postproduction: The Mill New York Damien Van Der Cruyssen, colorist Visual Effects: Izquierdo Studios Martin Izquierdo, (liver) costume designer Music: Beacon Street Studios Andrew Feltenstein, John Nau, composers Sound Design: MacKenzie Cutler Marc Healy, sound designer Audio: Sound Lounge Cory Melious, audio mixer
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