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Auckland Transport: The Most Dangerous Stunt in the World - Web Film

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Too many people die on New Zealand roads every year due to distracted driving and the problem is only getting worse, with distracted driving accounting for 26 deaths and 277 serious injuries between 2013 and 2018 in Auckland alone. Auckland Transport have teamed up with an iconic Hollywood stuntwoman, New Zealand's very own Auckland-raised Zoe Bell, to spread the message that 'no one is invincible'. The campaign, created by Ogilvy and aptly named 'The Most Dangerous Stunt in the World', features Death-Proof actress Zoe, taking a selfie video, whilst driving a high performance Mustang car around her old neighbourhood in Auckland City. During filming, the footage shows Zoë sipping her coffee, applying lipstick and checking her appearance in the mirror, as she discusses her varied stunt career with the camera, she effectively becomes more and more distracted from the road. The big reveal comes at the end, when Zoë states ‘But I’ll tell you one thing that I definitely won’t do… and that’s drive distracted”, as she turns the camera to reveal that she is actually sitting in a stationary car, being towed on the back of a truck.
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Digital Director: Helen Breckon

Designers: James O’Connor, Erin Joyce

Marketing Director: Huia Ngapo

Business Director: Chris Hotchin

Design Director: Danny Carlsen

Head of Design: Nathan Chambers

Strategy Director: Ben Fielding

Audio Engineer: Keegan Meiring

Motion Graphics: Anna Bittle

Senior Editor: Ben Marshall

Head of Post Production: Martin Spencer

Editor: Gonzalo Deza

Head of Operations: Siobhan Burke

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