The whole thing is simply cheese. If that is going to be the SNP's theme, heaven help us all. The whole thing reminded me of Balamory, with it's smiley, happy people and brightly coloured doors - not to mention the super-sweety Miss Hoolie-esque. And let's not forget the DFS-like sofa - trust me, you cannot miss it.
There is no relevance to the real world. This Balamory-esque film short is on the planet Cybernat. Everything is perfect, but only if you vote in the correct manner.
And Miss Hoolielookalike reminded us, in the appropriate Primary One Teacher fashion:
Remember - 1,2 3, SNP! (I thought the music was bad!)
Apparently, judging from one comment elsewhere, the audience at the SNP conference "loved it". But then, there are those who would love it if the First Minister sacrificed a goat at midnight.
I'm being really nasty, but that broadcast is simply bloody awful. Where is the attack on the other parties? Where is the attack on inefficient Labour controlled councils? Does anyone seriously think that this broadcast will have them voting for SNP in droves in Easterhouse?
And there is one part of the broadcast that is rather concerning. It is difficult to miss, but it is most definitely there:
Play close attention around the 25 second mark, with the paperboy. He puts a paper through a door, then hands another to a workman. Any guesses as to what paper it is?
That little plug speaks volumes about the relationship between Murdoch and the SNP.
I'm surprised Miss Hoolielookalike didn't hop onto a Stagecoach bus at the end.