Originally conceived as a video installation for an exhibition in Berlin. The car chase videos were sourced from YouTube and assembled by the director alongside film editor Toni Froschhammer (Wim Wenders). The film is set to an original song by David Lynch. While there is certainly a cultural meditation on the plight of disenfranchised communities in the piece, the overlying thesis also has to do with celebrity. If you examine the videos you'll recognize that the perpetrators are not stealing Land Rovers and Porsches. They instead choose pedestrian vehicles with little or no street value. The statement suggests that perhaps the chased are instigating this action, not for financial gain, but for the fame of the television cameras. The coverage becoming a badge of honor amongst their peers as well as perhaps giving their life meaning. I have been filmed…therefore I am. The endings provide perhaps the most telling anecdote about this hot pursuit for notoriety. On the left, our subject is killed. Shot by police in a ditch next to a freeway. On the right, our guy is trampled by a uniformed army of the establishment. An interesting meditation on our fame obsessed society.