VIDEO: Ikea Heights

 
VIDEO: Ikea Heights
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Ikea Heights: The soap opera filmed ONLY at Ikea, without Ikea's permission.

This is what happens when a group of friends goes to Ikea to shoot ep 1 of Ikea Heights, where all the stuff in every scene is for sale.

With a prewritten script, the friends easily find locations to film, inside Ikea, where Ikea staff already have made numerous scenes, backgrounds and living-environments available.

Customers and Ikea staff are totally unaware of the wannabe actors who are in the building, filming and acting, and even a mafia hit is presented, along with the usual soap series content, sex, cheating and drama, complete with cheesy soap background music and facial expressions.

The next time you are at Ikea and people are acting strange, they could be filming ep 2.

To be honest it is just as good (or bad) as many other soap series out there. Take a look for yourself.



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