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MetLife Commercial (2012)

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MetLife Commercial

Winter/Spring 2012
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"First Step (Piano)" 
This commercial begins in a classical concert hall / theater. On stage is Schroeder, the Peanuts character by Charles M. Schulz, with his tiny grand piano. In the audience with a pair of opera glasses is his biggest admirer, Lucy van Pelt who gets angry at a man for texting during the concert.


Creating a financial safety net can seem like an impossible goal. Complicated, intimidating - something other people get to do. Once you take the first step, you'll find there's nothing standing in your way. MetLife - I can do this.

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MetLife - I can do this 
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