Kampagnefolkene for the Conservatives in the Uk got a good idea.
In an advertisement before the crucial parliamentary elections on Thursday 12. december has chosen to copy one of the most popular film in the uk this festive season.
most probably knows the film 'Love Actually'.
In the Uk it is a christmas tradition, to the film with, among others, Hugh Grant appears at christmas time.
In the 'Love Actually' is a very famous scene where Andrew Lincoln as Mark shows up at Juliet (played by Keira Knightley) doorstep with a stripe papskilte to declare his loving to her.
Many love the scene. Just as many seem to find the tåkrummende.
But it is difficult to discuss whether it is famous. For it is the. Perhaps the movie's most famous scene.
And it is here, the pr folks at Conservatives was a good idea.
They should try to help the prime minister, Boris Johnson, to win the forthcoming elections - and thus live out Johnson's version of Brexit.
And how can one better do it, than to find direct inspiration from one of british cinema's most beloved scenes.
And the message is a little different.
Boris Johnson will have the brits to vote Conservative to Thursday's parliamentary elections.
Not least because it will mean a Brexit after Boris Johnson's head.
the Video has been playing for more than 3 million times from Boris Johnson's Twitter profile alone and has been shared tens of thousands of times.
It is, however, far from all, which is quite happy with the Conservative message.
Hugh Grant in 'Love Actually' plays the British prime minister, praises the advertisement for the exports.
But here stops the positive words are also from the actor, who is an open opponent of Brexit.
BBC Radio 4, he said, among other things, that he lacks a map:
"I noticed that one of the cards from the original film, which he not kept up, it was where Andrew Lincoln had written 'because christmas is telling you the truth'. And I can't help to think about the conservative spin doctors thought it would look bad out in Boris Johnson's hands," says the star.Updated Date: 11 December 2019, 23:00