Tuesday, October 1, 2013



Teaching twin boys to drive a stick shift proves to be a lesson in endurance for one long-suffering dad and his Subaru.

Credits:
Advertising Agency: Carmichael Lynch, USA
Chief Creative Officer: Dave Damman
Exec Creative Director: Randy Hughes
Group Creative Director / Copywriter: Sheldon Clay
Associate Creative Director / Art Director: Jeff Terwilliger
Director of Integrated Production: Joe Grundhoefer
Exec Senior Producer: Brynn Hausmann
Business Manager: Vicki Oachs
Account Service Team: David Eiben, Krista Kelly
Production Company: Park Pictures
Director: Lance Acord
Executive Producer: MaryAnn Marino
Line. Producer: Aristides McGarry
Director of Photography: Lance Acord
Edit House: Whitehouse Post
Editors: Russell Icke, Shane Reid
Assistant Editors: Alessandra Milani, Brandon Porter
VFX House / Online Artist: Steve Medin / Volt
Telecine: Sean Coleman / Company 3
Audio Mix: Carl White / BWN Music
Sound Design: Carl White / BWN Music

11 comments :

  1. I have two sets of twins and I absolutely love this! So funny and so true!

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  2. They've come a long way since this http://i.imgur.com/ku4os.jpg

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  3. This is one of the best commercials I have seen in a long time. The "twins" are so natural and every time I see this ad it makes laugh. Great commercial!

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  4. I just adore this commercial, and if those boys are actors, they're brilliant. Would love to know the story. I enjoy it each time it runs.

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  5. love this ad.. One of the very few ads that actually makes you like the brand.

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  6. what was the shoot location?

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    1. I was wondering the same thing. I love the look of the ancient trees. Was wondering where it was.

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  7. the trees were amazing

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    1. They are awesome and set me here to find out if anyone knew where they were at.

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  8. The location brought me here too. Still now guesses?

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  9. 34.009968, -118.449268

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