Cadbury Roses Shower

Cadbury is promoting Roses, the wrapped gift chocolates, in Australia with a series of showers evoking the childhood feelings that go with ‘lolly scrambles’.

Cadbury Roses Shower


Twelve thousand chocolates are dropped on a group of children and teachers in a school yard, on a helper at a pedestrian crossing, on a woman waiting for a bus, and a woman hanging out the washing. Brand recognition is provided by a box of Cadbury Roses chocolates and the phrase, “Give a little thanks”.

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Credits

The Shower ad was developed at Publicis Mojo Melbourne by executive creative director Darren Spiller, creative director Leon Wilson, art director Rob Beamish, copywriters Sean Larkin and Michelle Withers, and agency producer Corey Esse.

Filming was shot by director Scott Otto Anderson via Independent Films, Sydney, with director of photography Oliver Lawrance.

Scott says, “It was great to get everything in-camera. It meant that the reactions of surprise from the actors were always very real. Being showered with 12,000 chocolates is a beautiful but oddly surreal experience and I think that comes across on screen as something the recipients of the chocolates get genuinely excited about.”

Post production was done at Fin Design & Effects. Music Production was done at Level Two Music. Line Producer was Florence Tourbier. Editor was Simon Njoo at Guillotine, Sydney.

  • me

    What is the song in the add

  • Patricia Ong

    Yea…can we have the title of the song to the cadbury roses advert? It’s such a beatiful song.