22 Comments on "You Don’t Drive An Alpine A110, You Wear It"
Impresionante video, muy teatral y perfectamente transmite la emoción de manejar esa fantástica joya . Felicitaciones !!!!
Incredible. Your films get better and better. So theatrical, intensifying, and captivating. I hope to one day be able to produce just one film as great as this. Great work. I look forward to watching your films every week.
Interesting video. Would have been nice to see more film of just the car.
Video seems like an advertisement for another Alpine 110 being sold on this site by the same owner…
Hey, trust me, this car will never be up for sale.
I’m not particularly into these cars – although I get why people love them – but the video itself is a masterpiece.
Finally got it: want to enjoy your car – wear gloves!!
Otherwise smart photography, stunning setting and convincing motor.
I thinks it’s the first Petrolicious video I just couldn’t finish.Sorry, it didn’t do it for me…
…and I own an Alpine A110, so I love the car.
Interesting – “see a few Alpine A110s in the metal”?! Is somebody covering Alpines with metal these days?
I’m glad I can just let myself enjoy this video and not feel the need to scrutinize every single little detail about it. Great work Petrolicious, as always!
Lovely film, but it would have been nice to see the car just once.
Really enjoyed this change of pace. Fantastic and felt like the beginning of a compelling short film about a race driver running from the law or something…pacing, tone, shot selection all had a distinct flavor that I appreciate. nice work team.
I don’t drive it, but I was (few time ago) instead of the passenger, on one of the oval Michelin’s test track in the southeast of France. ^^ In the 1600s, one of the civilian version of this which was the 1st car FIA World Champion of Rallye in 1973, and ranks 1 and 2 and 3 (the whole podium!) won by Alpine and its Berlinette to remember, a thing never see after in the WRC –> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eXj8WiS2GTA
I really like the soundtrack at the beginning. Who is it? (Would be great for another project)
Also really liked the forest scenes.. nice contrast. Well done.
Well …. its a bit overly dramatic [ ok a whole lot ] .. the music .. though reasonably appropriate is verging on inane woo woo fluff …
… but hey … its an Alpine video .. about one of Jurgen’s Alpine’s … and in this moment of potential abject stupidity here in the US …. its a welcome distraction despite the criticism
My one most definite criticism though in spite of all I’ve said ? Its to damn short !!!
This movie is a cut above all the others!
The intro is quite something, and the soundtrack, with its depth and intensity, just catapults this short film, into Hollywood territory!
Actually as decent as this film is … in comparison to their L’art Novo Bugatti video this one doesn’t even come close . As for the music .. might I suggest sticking to that which you know . Inane woo woo overly synthesized dreck not worthy of an adolescent recoding in his/her bedroom would be the more accurate and appropriate description
Ohhh guitar player’s….
Beautifully presented, although I do wish there were a few static views of the A110. Also I would add that this stunning little beast is another of Giovanni Michelotti’s masterpieces. The French assign credit to Jean Redele but it was, in fact, Michelotti’s creation. As an aside, Michelotti’s son, Edgardo Michelotti has stated that his Father was never paid for his design of the A110.
I look forward to seeing your latest content every week, but I have to say that this week you guys have taken it up another level. Really hands off to the cinematography and editing on this. Keep up the amazing work!
Seriously Mr Zabrammy . Check out their video on L’Art Novo garage . That … is well beyond the grasp of this one . That one verging on ‘ Art ‘ . This one attempting to be overly dramatic in the vain and futile pursuit of an artistic vision lost in translation . Don’t get me wrong now … this one’s decent . The car and owner lane guarantee that . But one of their best ? Not even close
You should contact that filmmaker and give him your best wishes Mr. Slinger, that piece is lovely, (sideways!) but different than this one completely.
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