This commercial seems to be entirely in the style of Wes Anderson’s “The Fantastic Mr. Fox” … huh.
But thank goodness the advertisers included strong, obvious signals of due credit in this homage paid to a kids movie and its director.
And thank goodness that the same company which distributes Anderson’s films and rakes in revenue over them, treats the source of its inflow with courtesy. (Too often one sees businessmen taking on the manner of back-alley pimps, and severely exploiting their capitalized media; not Netflix!)
Instead of misappropriating art, it’s evident in the piece above that this company is a cut-above. Thank goodness Netflix makes more than money off art, it makes art!
Thank goodness the company that has almost single-handedly reduced the business form of the local video store to a paragraph in the pages of recent history, and made millions from it, has the tact to spend its competitive dollars on decent advertising!
Thank goodness: or else somebody might get mad!