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Scarlett Johansson's New Ads for Mango: Creepy or Beautiful?

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... or both?

"They kinda remind me of something you’d see on the news in a report on pedophiles in the 80’s," writes Hollywood Tuna.

We're not sure we get the same pervert feeling from Scarlett Johansson's campaign for Mango. To us, the photos seem sort of eery, retro, and doll-like—with a clear 60s-70s Spanish undertones (the lighting, the villa). Creepy and beautiful, that's our vote.
· Scarlett Johansson Is Making Me Uncomfortable [Hollywood Tuna]