Very Lazy's excellent television campaign featuring world champion chopper Lazlo Vaslavsky has been augmented by this spoof documentary which is available to online audiences.
As is the case with the television work, the parody has a sufficiently light touch to make the central character almost believable and it is this authenticity which makes the whole campaign so much fun.
In this film, we are treated to an examination of Vaslavsky's back story which focuses on the unflinching adulation he enjoys in his native country. It isn't entirely clear which country this might be which is probably just as well... as Sasha Baron-Cohen discovered when he made his character Borat a citizen of Kazakhstan, people aren't usually flattered when their country is portrayed as a dismal backwater.
Very Lazy has shown admirable commitment to this campaign and we hope they are rewarded with record-breaking sales.
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This is a nice concept but the execution is so contrived i just did a bit of sick.
In this marvellous spoof documentary we learn all about Lazlo Vaslavsky, the "faster chopper in the world". The great man demonstrates his extraordinary ability and the impact that his fame has had on the East European backwater from whence he came.
Another in this amusing series for Very Lazy has the heroic central figure of the campaign explaining once again that he's the world's fastest chopper before concocting a phrase which is reminiscent of Sacha Baron-Cohen's Borat in full flow.
So this is where all the teasers have been leading. We are properly introduced to a man who claims he needs no introduction... Lazlo Vaslavsky. According to this dryly comic film, this fictional character is the fastest human chopper in the world. Oo-er missus.
Lazlo tells us that he is too famous to chop despite being that the world champion in the latest instalment of this engaging series. He recommends that we, like him, use the advertised product instead of doing our own chopping.
Another in the series of commercials featuring the fictional world champion chopper, Lazlo Vaslavsky. Here, he offers a demonstration of his amazing skills before making it clear that he still prefers to buy his garlic ready chopped.
One of the series of new commercials featuring Lazlo Vaslavsky, who is purported to be a world champion at chopping food. Even Vaslavsky won't chop garlic when it's possible to buy the stuff in a jar and he explains to an elderly peasant woman.