We show you folks a lot of videos here on Autoblog. From our own original series like The List and Translogic, to all manner of craziness from the recorded history of the automobile, to more Russian dash cam videos than we'd generally like to admit to.

Rarely though, do we see a car-themed video that is so complete as a story. This short film – don't let the jumpy hand-op camera work fool you, this is art – offers all you could ask for in even an Oscar-worthy motion picture. Simple beginnings, initial conflict, anger, the constant threat of violence, sex, religion, rising action, a thrilling climax and everybody coming together by the end. Scroll down for the ride of your life.


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      Thurman Williams
      • 1 Year Ago
      Why didn't they just pick up the car and turn it around? We used to do that all the time with LeCars as a practical joke. We once did it with a GNX, who kept parking in my spot.
      NClabs
      • 1 Year Ago
      This is a fake. Even the italian television doesn't know the purpose of the film but it is a fake.
      Devin Baker
      • 1 Year Ago
      "Brian, let me handle this." "Che cosa? Bippity boppity boopity!" "Peter, you can't just speak Italian because you have a mustache."
      Brett
      • 1 Year Ago
      For heaven's sake, the thing weighs as much as a shoebox. Couldn't each one of those people have lined the frame rails and rotate it by hand?
      joe shmoe
      • 1 Year Ago
      they could have all lifted the nose and turned the car around.
      L
      • 1 Year Ago
      Guys...as shown on Italian TV, this video was demonstrated to be a fake! It was staged, and the people you see are professional actors. I do recognize that driving in Naples can be a nightmare, though...! :)
      Meagan
      • 1 Year Ago
      Seriously? It's a Fiat - just pick it up and turn it around!
      Brodz
      • 1 Year Ago
      How many Italians does it take to solve a problem?
      L
      • 1 Year Ago
      @ Ashea Dely Ashea, what reasons could I ever have for lying? That's not nice to say. I have spent some time looking up on the internet. Here are some interesting links, proving what I'm saying is just the truth. I'm sorry guys, both the article and the video are in original language. Those of you who can read and understand Italian (or are willing to take the time to use Google Translate) will find: - a newspaper article here, basically saying that the whole video is a fake ("La Repubblica" is one of the main Italian newspapers): http://napoli.repubblica.it/cronaca/2013/02/07/news/cardito_il_video_virale_un_fake_e_stato_un_gioco_ora_siamo_famosi-52139493/ - a video here, in which a famous national TV program ("Striscia la Notizia") confirms that the video was staged and interviews the actors: http://www.striscialanotizia.mediaset.it/video/videoextra.shtml?16903 The video was intended to become part of a road traffic safety campaign, and was commissioned by ACI (the Italian national Automobile Association). Some of the people you see are professional actors, others were ordinary people that were paid to appear in the film. The entire road was closed to traffic to film the movie. I hope this helps. Have a nice day everyone! :)
      Bones Rhodes
      • 1 Year Ago
      what a fuk*n waste of time to watch
      Dr. Steve
      • 1 Year Ago
      Proof that any idiot can get a drivers license...even in other countries! LOL
      A
      • 1 Year Ago
      Hey good job! You found a way to politicize this look into a moment of life in Italy. You must be one those a$$holes who blames Obama for the excessive cat videos on YouTube! Way to go!
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