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Victoria Tourism lets you be naughty or nice

Australia's Victoria Tourism continues its tradition of cinematic advertising with this beautiful 90-second spot, "Lead a Double Life," starring Isabel Lucas (aka "the girl in Transformers 2 who's not Megan Fox"). It might be more accurate to say the ad stars singer Paris Wells, whose rendition of "Down to the River to Pray" makes for a hauntingly wonderful score. Back in 2006, Victoria Tourism created similar—if a tad more surreal—ads for Yarra Valley and Melbourne. This time, the destination is Daylesford, a rural region known for its natural springs and spas. Apparently it's a great place for nighttime debauchery followed by a day of awkward stares from the farmhands who totally saw you getting nasty with the wait staff.

—Posted by David Griner

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