This is something that we would never really forget. it made so immediate connection with us that we couldn’t resist sharing it with you.we fight with each other and hold grudges but in the end, there’s only one fact that we really believe exists is – “no one wants to fight”.This brand video is clear proof of humanity that it did happen in reality. In 1914, across some parts of western front during the first world war specifically between British and German Soldiers.
War isOrganised Murder, and Nothing Else
–Harry Patch(Last Surviving Soldier Of World War 1)
On a factual note, it did happen, not on a massive scale but across some smaller areas. If you followed the link then yes, the unofficial Christmas truce did happen.During the war at the Christmas night, they both came out of trenches, sang carols, enjoyed knowing each other and exchanged things as gifts, whatever they had at that time with them. This video is the sense of responsibility that we felt brand Sainsbury took to remind us that we need to stop it and realize that we are all one and there’s isn’t a need to fight.
The only thing that touched our heart and felt devastating was the ending of this short video when they had to fight with each other again. There was only one thing going in our head,”Please Stop It, You Don’t have to”.it wasn’t something real as this is just an awesome ad by Sainsbury but in reality, it did happen and that’s devastating.we would really like to share with you the making of this ad too.
Spending this 3 minutes and 40 seconds are really worth your time .its entertaining, something that Sainsbury wants to remind us .there are a lot of things that have happened in the past and contains a lot of lessons but we don’t know enough of it yet.When a brand comes to the forefront to show us something then it doesn’t matter what they do, it shows what they believe in, something that is worth living for. We never believe in something called selling, everyone is doing that .we believe in giving more than you take and there are multiple forms of giving.