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VIDEO: Don't trust this child

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The last time we saw an ad for the Young Director Award, it became a runaway success, chalking up over 2.5 million views. It confirmed that the best ads often come from the smallest of places and also that children are terrifyingly manipulative creatures.

This week, we have the sequel and our anti-hero is up to her old evil tricks.

In the first ad she duped a policeman into thinking that her mother was in fact kidnapping her and we don't want to spoil the ending of this one but needless to say, she's getting a sick satisfaction out of potentially destroying more lives.

The advert is to promote a competition which aims to reward the best new directors on the scene and if you know your way around a camera, check out more here.



And if you didn't see the last one:

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