|Date of First Broadcast/Publication|
|Tagline||Love. It's what makes a Subaru, a Subaru.|
|Story|| You can fit a lot of memories in a Subaru, but there’s always room for more. In this new commercial, a father cleans out his family’s old Subaru Forester as he prepares to turn over the keys to his 16-year-old daughter. Each artifact he retrieves triggers a memory from his daughter’s childhood, which then magically appears on the lawn behind him. As these dreamlike memories fade, his daughter emerges from the house, eager to drive off to create new memories of her own.|
The music track in the spot is, “Time Will Tell”, performed and written by Gregory Alan Isakov.
|Soundtrack||"Time Will Tell", performed and written by Gregory Alan Isakov|
|Production Company||Biscuit Filmworks LA|
|Special Effects / VFX||Steve Medin|
|Executive Creative Director||Randy Hughes|
|Head of Production||Joe Grundhoefer|
|Director of Integrated Production||Joe Grundhoefer|
|Executive Producer||Brynn Hausmann|
|Chief Creative Officer||Dave Damman|
|Business Director||Vicki Oachs|
|Audio Post Production||BWN|
|Group Creative Director||Dean Buckhorn|
|Associate Creative Director||Brad Harrison|
|General Manager||Bradford Williams|
|Account Director||Adam Craw|
|Account Supervisor||Kate Moret|
|Managing Director||Shawn Lacy|
|Executive Producer||Colleen O'donnell|
|Line Producer||Jay Veal|
|Director of Photography (DOP)||Simon Duggan|
|Editing Company||Rock Paper Scissors|
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