With all the build up for this years Superbowl, i had a browse through some Youtube vidoes on the subject. Being a brit i know a little about it all
but not much.
I was very surprised to see a tv ad from last year, a trailer for the film V for Vendetta. What surprised me about it was that it goes under the title
of the "superbowl promo". On the official V for Vendetta website they have it as the superbowl trailer.
Does anyone know if this was actualy played during the break at the last Superbowl? To be honest it's the last thing i would expect to be allowed on
the screens watched by hundreds of millions all across the world, and especially the US citizens.
With all the distrust of the government, i would have imagined they would not want to encourage the people of the US so to speak.
Even if it was shown during superbowl, just the fact that the people it would be shown during the superbowl was watching football mean automatically
99.9 percent of the audience wouldn't equate it with what is taking place in real life.
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