It’s important for businesses to have a unique selling point. Krispy Kreme makes its donuts [sic] with more flavours and toppings than other brands, Coca-cola has a secret recipe (and a massive Christmas truck) and Ryanair makes passengers weigh their eyelashes and charges them extra – no theory is perfect.
LJ Hooker Bankstown Real Estate in Sydney, Australia, has found a way to stand out from the crowd by *checks notes* recording a video with a moody soundtrack and interpretive dance to sell a luxury house. This is how that looks in real life …
YouTube users had a few things to say about it – none of them complimentary.
Writer, Stephanie H Convery, shared the video on Twitter …
entire office screeching after watching this real estate video https://t.co/hixfOn0zw0
— Stephanie H Convery (@gingerandhoney) April 17, 2019
…where the comments were in much the same vein.
Siri show me something so breathtakingly horrific that it borders on art https://t.co/Xmd1po6qRl
— Benjamin Law (@mrbenjaminlaw) April 17, 2019
‘Ultimate family lifestyle’
NOT WHEN THE BREAKFAST BAR COMES PRE-SEXED.
— Libby Turner (@libbyturns) April 17, 2019
this is what happens when frustrated cinematographers & editors don’t have TV shows or music videos to work on
— Dylan Behan (@dylabolical) April 17, 2019
saw the photos of the property and thought “a porno has definitely been shot here” but did not think I would be watching the porno!!!
— aimee (@aimeeclarke) April 17, 2019
Film critic, Jason Di Rosso, had a suggestion.
Screen Australia need to fund a feature length version of this crazy suburban romantic spy thriller musical immediately. https://t.co/ZZw1rcDlRe
— Jason Di Rosso (@jdrrr) April 17, 2019
He may have a point.
Watch this immediately you muppets. I will not lie to you: this is the greatest piece of film of the 21st century so far https://t.co/vXvSqdClYT
— Liam Hogan (@liamvhogan) April 17, 2019
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