Consistently in the United States, more than eight individuals are murdered and 1,161 harmed in accidents that are accounted for to include an occupied driver. At the point when a youngster is available in the auto, grown-ups will probably put their telephones down and keep their eyes out and about.
AT&T’s dreadful yet intense new advertisement, entitled “The Unseen,” puts a surprising turn on the occupied driving PSAs we’re acclimated to seeing.
Here, we meet a doting dad who drives his teenage daughter and her friends to the local pool. Meanwhile, his wife continues to frantically call him. When he finally pulls over to answer the phone, she tells him that their dog is missing.
When he starts the car back up, Dad is surprised to see a little boy, who he doesn’t know, suddenly in the backseat of his car — like he appeared out of thin air.
Dad learns the boy is a friend of his daughter’s, and he proceeds to give him a ride home. Realizing the phone keeps ringing, the boy asks the father if he’s going to answer it. Dad declines, saying he would never be so irresponsible as to answer the phone while driving.
But that’s when things take a bizarre turn.
“It’s okay. I’m not here,” the boy says. By the time Dad turns around, the boy is gone. He figures he must’ve imagined the strange conversation.
Watch the video to see what happens when the father’s wife calls him one last time. It proves how life can change in the blink of an eye — and it’s enough to give you chills.
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