History Main / DrivingADesk

14th Aug '17 8:11:33 AM Rytex
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* Given a vigorous LampshadeHanging (as is everything else) by ''Film/{{Airplane}}'', which moves from speeding and traffic accident backdrops to raiding Indians, with the driver turning the wheel wildly on straight sections and going straight when the background's showing a windy road.

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* Given a vigorous LampshadeHanging (as is everything else) by ''Film/{{Airplane}}'', which moves from speeding and traffic accident backdrops to raiding Indians, with the driver turning the wheel wildly on straight sections and going straight when the background's showing a windy road.road, culminating with the Indian attack in the picture. The passenger, however, reacts to all of it.
4th Jul '17 9:20:25 AM LentilSandEater
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* ''Series/TwentyFour'' still does this.
* ''Series/TheDukesOfHazzard'' anybody?

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* %%* ''Series/TwentyFour'' still does this.
* %%* ''Series/TheDukesOfHazzard'' anybody?
11th Jun '17 6:30:25 PM mouschilight
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* A relatively recent dramatic example is the taxi ride sequence Creator/QuentinTarantino's ''Film/PulpFiction''. Tarantino had access to better technology but used this technique as an {{homage}} to movies of the 1940's, especially noir flicks.

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* A relatively recent dramatic example is the taxi ride sequence Creator/QuentinTarantino's ''Film/PulpFiction''. Tarantino had access to better technology but used this technique as an a {{homage}} to movies of the 1940's, especially noir flicks.
11th Jun '17 6:29:54 PM mouschilight
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* A relatively recent dramatic example is the taxi ride sequence Creator/QuentinTarantino's ''Film/PulpFiction''. Tarantino had access to better technology but used this technique as an homage to movies of the 1940's, especially noir flicks.

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* A relatively recent dramatic example is the taxi ride sequence Creator/QuentinTarantino's ''Film/PulpFiction''. Tarantino had access to better technology but used this technique as an homage {{homage}} to movies of the 1940's, especially noir flicks.
5th Jun '17 11:07:58 AM Dimensio
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* Used with projection in pretty much any driving scene in ''Series/MurderSheWrote'', even into the mid 1990s when ChromaKey became a more common method.
16th May '17 6:29:37 PM BiffJr
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* Oddly averted in Creator/JeanLucGodard's ''Pierrot le Fou''. Most of the driving scenes are real, and scene in medium long shots. An early scene of Ferdinand driving Marianne home, though, has no bluescreen and no attempt at realism. The two simply sit in front of a plain black background while colored lights flash across them and the prop steering wheel.

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* Oddly averted in Creator/JeanLucGodard's ''Pierrot le Fou''. Most of the driving scenes are real, and scene seen in medium long shots. An early scene of Ferdinand driving Marianne home, though, has no bluescreen and no attempt at realism. The two simply sit in front of a plain black background while colored lights flash across them and the prop steering wheel.
12th Dec '16 11:43:26 AM MrInitialMan
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* In Music/RobbieWillams's ''Millennium'' music video, the background projection suddenly changes from a moving background to what's seen at the end of the film.

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* In Music/RobbieWillams's Music/RobbieWilliams's ''Millennium'' music video, the background projection suddenly changes from a moving background to what's seen at the end of the film.
11th Dec '16 6:43:17 PM MrInitialMan
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* In an [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yrKaQRIXPNw Ad for Sheila's Wheels]], not only do the ladies never actually drive the car, the footage makes it look like it's going ''in reverse'' much of the time.

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* In an [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yrKaQRIXPNw Ad for Sheila's Wheels]], not only do the ladies never actually drive the car, the footage makes it look like it's going ''in reverse'' much of the time.
11th Dec '16 6:40:50 PM MrInitialMan
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[[folder:Advertising]]
* In an [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yrKaQRIXPNw Ad for Sheila's Wheels]], not only do the ladies never actually drive the car, the footage makes it look like it's going ''in reverse'' much of the time.
23rd Nov '16 2:06:20 PM JakesBrain
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** Similarly, the video for Music/{{Yello}}'s "The Race" features one band member sitting in front of a rather abstract rear projection holding an unattached steering wheel. (Surreal, colorful rear projections were something of a SignatureStyle for the band.)



* In Music/RebecaBlack 's video "Friday" the car is clearly not moving.

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* In Music/RebecaBlack 's Music/RebeccaBlack's video "Friday" the car is clearly not moving.



* In Music/RobbieWillams's ''Millenium'' music video, the background projection suddenly changes from a moving background to what's seen at the end of the film.

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* In Music/RobbieWillams's ''Millenium'' ''Millennium'' music video, the background projection suddenly changes from a moving background to what's seen at the end of the film.
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