Ah, the old Bullitt car chase. Filmed in 1968 and never bettered to this very day, the Steve McQueen competetive automobile frenzy is a defining moment of 20th century cinema. It's tense. It's exciting. It's beautifully choreographed and it's crunchingly visceral. And that viscerality is helped no end by the sparsity of the scene's soundtrack.
But that got us wondering. Could Bullitt actually be improved with music? Was there a track which could possibly add extra tension and drama to this already most tense and dramatic of scenes? And then we realised. Yes there was. There was but one Final Fantasy track that could do the job. And here it is. And you thought this chase was high octane before...
Tune in next week for another of our little cinematic improvements. And in the meantime, check out any you've missed through the links below and let us know about any you've dreamed up or made in the comments.
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