How about getting it aired on tv channels in addition to cinemas? If this is going to gain more traction, limiting votes to only those who use social media is going to exclude those who don’t and there are many.
How about they make a video that’s less tacky?
A great ad and yes I agree Robert it should be rolled out nationally to TV channels as well as Cinemas, posters, magazines etc…
Yes, indeed, Jock! It amazes me why they haven’t taken it into consideration. I for one am not a fan of social networking even though I realise it’s potential for good things such as equal marriage. It would be interesting to see if the BBC would ever consider airing it if enough votes are gathered?
Sorry, I know they meant well and all that, but as a piece of film making I hated it.
It was twee, sickly, overly sentimental and amateurish. I know it wasn’t entirely the same subject matter but the “differences” video shown on here the other week was far better made and got the point across in a far less patronising way.
I’d love to vote, but as I don’t use Facebook, Twitter or Google +, I’m excluded. It’s about time that the organisations who run these things realised that they are ostracizing a large number of potential supporters. At least they could allow voting by e-mail or text message. The technology is already there.