What is really amazing about this commercial is how well the music creates a sexually charged environment, especially the interplay between the guitarist and pianist.
Is there any way to get the commercial's music soundtrack without narration (especially the informative-but-significantly-less-arousing priapism definition)?
I think the bathtubs were just a way for them to have both an expansive nature/sunset scene at the end of the commercial, which is a hallmark of medication marketing (probably to counteract the weird designer chemical vibe of modern medication), _and_ also have the people be in a sexually-suggestive situation involving nudity that didn't involve actual public display of nudity or anything that would be seen as tasteless (in their minds). And this was literally the only scenario that they could think of, despite how ridiculous it ended up being.
The deal about the separate bathtubs is that you can't be selling sex on T.V especially during prime time viewing. That is the reason why the coupes are in separate tubs. Suggestive just enough and keeping within the guidelines.
Weird commercial. It is for restoring sexual functionality, and then they show the couple in the separate bathtubs. What message does that give? DONT WASTE MONEY. CIALIS WILL NOT HELP.
If it did, they would be in the same bathtub.
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