Cannes Contenders: CHE Proximity

How will Australia perform at Cannes this year? In the lead up to the Festival, Campaign Brief will be showcasing the work we hope will impress the judges...

Kiss - Noisy_light-CROPPED (1).jpgCochlear: The Hearing Test In Disguise
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3.5 million Australians are living with some degree of hearing loss, but 85% of them have done nothing about it. Many are in denial; others simply dismiss it as part of growing old. How do you get those that are in denial, or don't know how bad their hearing is, to take notice? For Cochlear, the solution is to test their hearing, without them knowing. 'Does Love Last Forever?' is a short film with two different endings, depending on the viewer's hearing ability. It's a hearing test in disguise. The film follows a couple's relationship over four decades, and poses the question "Did love last? Was love lost" For those who can hear well, their relationship remains loving. But the film is scripted and produced in such a way that people with a hearing problem perceive the relationship to deteriorate. This subtle reminder demonstrates the effects of a condition that they may have refused to admit.
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