Apple Macintosh advertisement – 1984

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The Superbowl is just as famous for its advertisements as its football. In 1984, Apple Macintosh aired this advertisement for its new computer. When the advertisement was shown, Apple was in conflict with IBM to win control over the Personal Computer market and they fought hard to gain the advantage.

Ridley Scott, director of ‘Alien’ (1979) and ‘Bladerunner’ (1982), had the artistic vision for this advertisement and it cost $1.6 million to produce.

What would you banish to Room 101?

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Write a persuasive paragraph, describing to your reader what you would banish to Room 101.

Devote some time to careful consideration since what goes in cannot come back out!

In order to be as persuasive as possible, you may consider using devices such as metaphors and similes, repetition, clusters of three, emotive language and so on.