Funding for the Arts (Canada)
Michel Rivard, a francophone artist, goes to see the Prime Minister Stephen Harper to ask the government about giving financial help to the francophone artists. The different characters of the ad are talking to each other at the beginning and are screaming at each other at the end. A middle age male narrator is explaining the context and the final meaning of the advertising on an informative tone. A Quebecker song is used to make sense in this video and also to put some laugh on the viewers face. No particular special effects and printed words are used to influence the adult audience target. This advertising is meaning to show the poor budget state that the government Harper gives to our Canadian culture and we daresay that it will surely influence the audience about the way our Country is running.