HOW TO MAKE A GREAT CAR CHASE | Breaking down the editing of BABY DRIVER
by Zach Ramelan
In this video essay, Zach Ramelan breaks down a minute of the opening car chase sequence from Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver, drawing attention to how the editing simultaneously immerses viewers in the scene and sets up the remainder of the film.
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