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Kubrick Does the iPhone Ad

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you must be aware that Apple (AAPL) is launching their iPhone at the end of this month. The hype is incredible. I don’t see how the device can meet expectations. The first iPhone TV ads appeared Sunday – you can view them here.

This unauthorized version, filmed by Stanley Kubrick 30 years ago, covers the true and highly classified origins of the iPhone.

Everyone, WATCH WITH SOUND TURNED OFF to replicate the true experience.

Someone needs to dub in the original 2001 soundtrack. The video is brilliant but the voice over is horrible.


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  1. You don’t need to dub the original soundtrack… just breate heavily, but slowly, through a tube.


    Posted by chuck goolsbee | June 6, 2007, 4:45 PM
  2. If memory serves me correctly there is some spooky music that builds as they descend.

    Posted by Andrew Schmitt | June 6, 2007, 4:52 PM
  3. I’m personally getting tired of the iPhone hype.
    Apple marketing is making it seem like they invented the wheel.
    So where do I get one of these?

    Posted by Ed Raker | June 7, 2007, 11:31 AM