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In the world’s most dangerous intersection, nobody gets hit

17
Sep
2014

Well this is terrifying. Fernando Livschitzs short film Rush Hour may be the result of some wonderful editing, but its still kind of dizzying to watch as cars, pedestrians, and cyclists appear to just narrowly avoid colliding for a good minute straight. The films having fun with it though — in a tweet, Edgar Wright compares it to something out of a Jaques Tati film, which often played around with repetition and movement to goofy (and similarly troubling) ends.

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