Greenpeace Warns Of The Dangers Of Deforestation In Stunning Animated Spot

Greenpeace Warns Of The Dangers Of Deforestation In Stunning Animated Spot
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Greenpeace has unveiled its follow-up to 2018’s viral hit hit “Rang-tan: The Story of Dirty Palm Oil”.

The new spot’s the work of creative agency Mother London and is called “There’s a monster in my kitchen”.

This time around a “jag-wah” is the centre of attention when it invades a young boy’s house. Menacing at first, the story goes on to explain the perils of deforestation.

Narrated by Narcos actor Warner Moura, there’s even a cameo by none other than Sir Paul McCartney.

Check out the work below:

 

 

 

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