By The Drum Team | Staff Writer

JWT London

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National Centre for Domestic Violence article

March 17, 2013 | 1 min read

This film for the National Centre For Domestic Violence bases its concept very literally on the strapline 'there is a way out'. It uses bricks and mortar as an analogy for the sense victims have of being trapped: an estate agent shows prospective buyers around a property and points out in explicit detail the aspects of the house an abusive partner might find useful.

Agency: JWT London

Creative: Andy Smith / Ryan Lawson

TV Producer: Anna Howard

Production Co: Rattling Stick

Director: Steve Cope

Producer: Kate Taylor (P)

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