Argentina hockey captain Fernando Zylberberg, the star of the controversial Olympic advertisement shot on the Falklands, says the advert is supposed to convey his country's feelings over the islands. He told Al Jazeera:
The message is that to every Argentine the Islands belong to Argentina. To me to be training in any other province or to do it over the islands is the same.
When we were there we did not say that we were doing an advertisement but we were not hiding. In fact people helped us."
He also said that the agency did not tell him the advertisement was being made for the government.
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