Saturday, August 29, 2015

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It's too late to apologize. 

This is the case of this businessman in the following video who keeps castigating a homeless man he finds every morning taking refuge in front of his shop. At one point, the cruel shop owner has flushed the homeless man with a pail of water only to find out that the following morning the dirty and rugged man is still there as he used to. In another instance, the shop owner opened his shop with a stinking smell and blamed the homeless man for it so he kicked the homeless to drive him away. 

The following mornings, the homeless man was no longer at his usual sleeping area to the surprise of the old shop merchant. When he checked on the surveillance camera, the old man finds out a heartbreaking truth.

To know what it is, watch the poignant and moving ad below.



There's so much truth that you are blind to. Don't judge. Be kind. 

8 comments:

  1. this is really saddening! the homeless man lost his life protecting the shop. Thailand really makes the best short videos/advertisement.

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  2. Such an eye opening ad that goes through your heart to make sure you get the message. Everybody has a story, and we shouldn't be quick to judge without knowing the facts.

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  3. Everyone has a story that other don't know. But in reality, we love judging people before knowing the truth behind them.

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  4. This is a very touching movie. It turned out that the homeless man was protecting his shop and even lost his life.

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  5. Nice video. We have so much to learn about life. We cannot simply turn everyone away, especially those who doesn't have the same status in life as us.

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  6. hahah thais really do make the best & touching advertisements.. This ad caught my attention too.. :-s

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  7. For a security cam advertisement, this is very touching and well made. It really is sad that some people tend to be cruel to other people because they really don't know what he/she is doing behind their back. In this case, the homeless man was actually the good guy without the owner knowing it. :(

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  8. Sad but unfortunately, this is reality. I've seen a lot of advertisements such as this which focus on little things that we often take for granted.

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