[A man walks into shot towards a futuristic looking car, draped in red cloth and bearing the hammer and sickle of the Soviet Union]
ACTOR: [With an affected Russian accent] This is the Mirov II, [unveils] a revolutionary sports turbo from the Soviet Union.
Light-sensitive chromium glass, finger print entry system [demonstrates], [now sitting inside the car] computerised console, can be moved from right [pause as it happens] to left. And, of course, coded ignition [car starts and the engine revs].
VOICE-OVER: In 10 years, you might just see commercials like this. It's the sort of prospect we look into at Norwich Union, because we keep an eye on all the developing markets, all over the world – a very discerning eye – in fact, if an opportunity is worth investing in, whether it's happening now or in the future, it's our business to know.
ACTOR: And available in any colour, as long as it's red. [Drives away]
VOICE-OVER: It's a possibility; if it's a viable one, you could profit from it too.
ACTOR: Технология для прогресса [technology for progress] as we say in Russia.
VOICE-OVER: Find out about our investment plans, because if you're in the know, you're in the Norwich, the Norwich Union.