Celebrities sometimes produce strange blossoms. For decades, Japanese companies have been offering Hollywood stars a lot of money to play in the most bizarre commercials. In 2009, Quentin Tarantino let himself be beaten for a cell phone commercial. And the result is incredible.
Quentin Tarantino gives everything for bizarre advertising
The advertisement for the Japanese mobile operator Soft Bank shows Tarantino in traditional Japanese clothing as a jittery wannabe samurai who is suddenly summoned home over a dog-shaped loudspeaker by his annoyed wife. Check out the Japanese commercial starring Quentin Tarantino here:
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The advertising object is apparently the loudspeaker itself. Tarantino tends to do it at the latest since the shooting of Kill Bill: Volume 1 extensive contacts to Japan, which could have made the cooperation with the mobile phone provider possible.
Brad Pitt also starred in a bizarre commercial
Soft Bank has approached other Hollywood stars for promotional purposes over the years. For example, exceptional director Wes Anderson (Grand Budapest Hotel) filmed a commercial Brad Pitt as a vacationer in the French countryside. You can watch him here:
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