The only thing crazier than an Evian commercialful of roller discoing babies is realizing that to shoot in Central Park means following US child labor laws, which limit the hours/day a child performer can work. The only practical way around this restriction is to use twins, so the babies can rotate while the adult crew keeps on working.
By my calculation, then, to make this spot, the agency, BETC Euro RSCG, and the production company, Partisan, had to find, cast, and teach all the moves to
23 24 multi-ethnic sets of roller discoing twin babies. In. croy. able.