Food App Launches Epic Ads That Travel Back To The Middle Ages & The Time Of Marie Antoinette

Food App Launches Epic Ads That Travel Back To The Middle Ages & The Time Of Marie Antoinette
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Parisian agency Buzzman continues to be on the top of its game, today unveiling new spots for food delivery app Just Eat France.

The new campaign travels back in time with two 30-second TV adverts starring its popular character from the future, Max.

In the two adverts, Max makes a sensational comeback with his iconic fridge. He journeys back to the Middle Ages and the Age of Enlightenment, where he explains to a trio of armoured knights and courtesans of Versailles, that the future is the Just Eat app.

Check out the big budget hilarity below:

Elisabeth Le Gall, marketing director at Just Eat France, said: “We are delighted to see Max make a brilliant comeback in the new campaign, highlighting the benefits of ordering meals online – it is simple, fast and accessible to everyone.

“The French are becoming more and more enthusiastic about ordering their favourite foods online at the touch of a button and today, Just Eat is a network that is growing day by day, already operating in more than 2000 cities across the country.”

The campaign also includes 18 second versions which focus on the different benefits Just Eat brings to customers. Simultaneously, 45 second versions have been unveiled on the web.

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