To celebrate its 50th anniversary, Intermarché is back with a new opus from the saga "we are Producers and Retailers to help you eat a little better every day".
In 2017 Intermarché moved millions with a 3-minute film that allowed the brand to pre-empt an emotional territory previously unseen in its category. We discovered a young man who changed his eating habits in order to win the affection of a store cashier, set to the tune of Mouloudji's song "l'amour l'amour", which has since had its own revival.
This unique advertising saga, which reflected the brand’s repositioning to focus on eating better established Intermarché as a leader in growth in France, ahead of all its competitors. The campaigns also went on to win the Grand Prix Stratégies and the Grand Prix Effie in France.
For this new opus, Intermarché takes us into the daily life of an elderly man who recently lost his wife. He chances upon an old recipe box, and decides to make a dish with her secret recipe, a quest that will revive the memories of his one true love, like Proust’s infamous madeleine.
This time, Benjamin Biolay, sets the tone with a cover of Cole Porter's famous American standard "C'est Magnifique”. This moving song isn’t well-known but is the perfect rendition to accompany this emotional story.
In the new spot, we find the signature elements of Intermarché’s ongoing saga, with the same team behind its creation: an epic story that speaks to everyone, created by Romance and directed by Katia Lewkowicz, a 3-minute format and a French song that becomes its own character within the film.
“In a market where all our competitors have repositioned themselves, it’s imperative that we stay one step ahead by deploying our fight for "better food" everywhere. The year we turned 50 was the perfect opportunity to showcase a generation that grew up with the brand.”
- Vincent Bronsard: Strategic and Operational Marketing Manager of Intermarché
"I am delighted that we are bringing Intermarché into popular culture by building a unique territory. This consistency is a guarantee of long-term success when it comes to the brand’s image and business.”
- Christophe Lichtenstein: President of Romance
"It's a real challenge to renew such emotion in each film, the result of 6 months of work and dozens of tossed scripts before taking the risk that it's this story that needs to be told.”
- Alexandre Hervé: Creative Director of Romance
“C’est Magnifique” premiers on TV March 24th and March 27th in cinemas.
Strategic and Operational Marketing Manager : Vincent Bronsard
Brand and Communication Manager : Camille Sassi
Brand and Communication Director : Vincent Fièvre
Advertising Manager : Augustin De Vulpian
Advertising Director : Lucie Ducos
President : Christophe Lichtenstein
Creative Director and Copywriter : Alexandre Hervé
Copywriter and AD : Julien Rézette
Associate Director : Marie-Laure Dangeon
Account Manager : Thibault Loué
TV Prod : Émilie Talpaert
Post-Producer : Valérie Raguenel
Production : Grand Bazar
Director : Katia Lewkowicz
Chief Operator : Laurent Tangy
Editor : Thierry Hoss
Stylist : Sonia Philouze
Head Decorator : Clement Price-Thomas
Producer : Juliette Desmarescaux
DOP : Hugo Mérival
Production Coordinator : Léa Villain-Barachet
Sound Production : THE
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