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Ford cars are present throughout, serving as meeting points for the family in their most trying times.There's nothing specific being sold here, though the message is obvious enough: So much of life happens in cars, so buy a good one.In fact, when you enter a room of Danes, it is often difficult to tell which one is the boss. People visiting Denmark can’t help but notice that the Danish flag is everywhere.Christmas trees here are decorated with little Danish flags.He's taking a stand—with the limited means he has—against his parents' impending divorce.The story then proceeds through parts two and three, as the family disintegrates—and then, due to a separate crisis, reunites, with some ambiguous hope for the future.Somebody’s birthday, someone’s having a baby, somebody has been with the company for 10 years, someone is...
I guess it is creating some attention around Ford, since they are trying something new.
"By standing behind a film that is based on one family's struggle, we tell the story that it may well be possible to achieve success against the odds." Ford Denmark marketing chief Kristine Dam Jensen adds that the scenario is relatable and much more real that typical auto advertising.
"We want to show our family cars in authentic environments and everyday situations that many can relate to," Jensen says.
"The car is a rallying point for the family, even in difficult times like a divorce, and Ford Denmark wants to acknowledge families' struggle and show that the car can be a place where you get positive experiences." Kragh-Jacobsen hopes people are attracted to the film "because they see themselves in our story.
They can relate, and it isn't a glossy picture of the perfect family driving the perfect car.