KOSÉ: Girl Next Door
Posted: October 18 2020 @ 4:15 AM | From: www.adsoftheworld.com | Author: ivan
This mini web series is produced by digital agency Kingdom Digital and production company Imagineers Film for KOSÉ Malaysia to celebrate the launch of it's new, sustainable skincare range - the SEKKISEI Clear Wellness.
Starring renowned Malaysian personalities Alvin Chong and Jasmine Suraya Chin, this two-part film features a heart-warming love story between two neighbours, Josefine and Alvin. The story starts with the flamboyant female lead going to great lengths to catch her love interest’s eye, but her efforts were futile - until she embraces the ‘less is more’ concept. However, in the end, Josefine realises that Alvin is the one who has truly been there for her right from the start.
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