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Was your childhood affected by alcohol?

Posted by Marc van Gurp | 18-02-2011 21:46 | Category: Drugs



This is done more often, changing roles. The video from the Finnish Lasinen lapsuus (The Fragile Childhood organization) shows two children in the role of parents addicted to alcohol.
“Was your childhood affected by alcohol?”

The Fragile Childhood activity has begun in 1986 and has been established as a well-known form of activity in Finland. Its goal is to help children who suffer from parental alcohol misuse.
The programme works on three levels: equipping professionals, activating the civil society, providing children with direct help through new methods.



Advertiser:
Lasinen lapsuus
Agency:
Euro RSCG Helsinki, Finland
Additional credits:
Creative Director: Marko Vuorensola
Art Director: Marko Vuorensola
Copywriter: Juha Koivisto
Account Director: Nina Myllyharju
Director: Teemu Niukkanen
Producer: Petteri Lehtinen
Line Producer: Soili Åkerlund
Casting: Minna Kalenius
DoP: Pini Hellsted
Editor: Teemu Niukkanen
2nd Camera: Jaakko Slotte
Camera assistant: Mika Vuorinen
Grip: Jukki Tuura
Wardrope & mask: Kaisu Hölttä
Production Company: Kennel Helsinki
Sound Design: Timo Anttila / Humina
Color corrections: Marko Terävä / Post Control
VFX: Anders Helle / Trix
Voice actor male: Niko Saarela
Voice actor female: Heli Sutela
Source:
Com-nonprofit




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