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SK-II: Meet Me Halfway

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Fresh out of Chinese New Year, global prestige skincare brand SK-II premieres an online documentary film created by Forsman & Bodenfors, Singapore, that further broaches the topic of marriage pressure with an emotional appeal to single women worldwide – "Meet Me Halfway". An extension of the SK-II’s ongoing #changedestiny philosophy, “Meet Me Halfway” follows the real-life stories of three young single Chinese women as they bravely take on the daunting first steps of reaching out to their parents after years of avoiding and not returning home due to marriage pressure. Through sharing their stories and listening with an open mind, both sides meet halfway on mutual ground with a sense of understanding and unexpected liberation. Millions of young single women in China experience a disconnect from their parents citing marriage pressure as one of the top reasons. Many find themselves having to choose between living up to their parents and society’s expectations and timelines of marriage and their own dreams and aspirations. Avoiding Chinese New Year has become a growing phenomenon among young single Chinese women as a result. For a young single Chinese woman, curious questions that arise from parents and relatives about boyfriends, marriage and even children during the week-long festivities create a suffocating and unbearable environment of pressure and urgency. The film takes viewers to the heart of the matter, candidly showing the women’s first attempts of opening up to their parents about their lives and the marriage pressure they have been dealing with. Through meeting halfway, both literally and figuratively, daughters begin to see their parents in a different light and come to the realization that the questions from their parents causing their burden were coming from a place of love and genuine care. Through bridging daughters and parents and facilitating an open dialogue about marriage pressure, SK-II hopes to provide a platform where mutual understanding can be achieved to empower women to make their own choice, in their own time.
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Account Supervisor: Susanna Fagring, My Troedsson, Abbe Hale

Account Manager: Hongi Luo, Patrik Danroth

PR-strategist: Amat Levin

Designer: Jason Feng

Planner: Leo Bovaller

Postproduction: Cabin Editing Company

Music: Victor Magro/Future Perfect

Editor: Isaac Chen

Sound: Lime Studios

Activation Strategy & Orchestration: Mano Copenhagen

Strategy Director: Thor Otar

Client Lead: Jakob Stigler

Orchestration Lead: Liv Sørensen

Distribution Partner: Verizon Media (Ryot Studio) Account Director: Jesper Laumand

Distribution Strategy Director: Yangze Wang P

lanner: Mads Linnebjerg

Editorial Distribution: Sandra Rasmussen

Social Distribution: Nicklas Fjelsted Holm

PR Distribution: Anna Taussi

Researcher: Troels Ringsted

Account Manager: Annie Aa

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