It was in 1976. Claude Lelouch created a French short film of a high speed car on a Sunday morning in Paris – It was a meeting, which meant It was a date once translated. It is one of the best driving videos ever made, advertised specifically for its unique grip technique. The short film lasted eight minutes.
Fast forward to today, Lelouch wants to outdo himself and his previous work with a follow-up to the revered short film. Called The Grand Rendez-Vous, The new version of Lelouch is just as special and teased last month, and you can watch it in the video embedded at the top of this page.
The Grand Rendez-Vous runs shorter than its predecessor, but the car playing here is much faster. Presentation of the Ferrari SF90 Stradale, the second hybrid vehicle from Maranello to follow in the footsteps of LaFerrari.
With the SF90 Stradale in the hands of the Ferrari F1 driver Charles Leclerc, the 1000-horsepower V8 hybrid supercar shone on the streets of the Monaco GP circuit with speeds of up to 150 miles per hour (240 kilometers per hour). It was an exhilarating race, and you should watch the movie above to find out what we mean.
As for production, Ferrari said in a statement that Lelouch had employed 17 people to shoot the film using six iPhone 11 Pros, nine Go Pros and a Sony Venice camera. The film was shot in the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic in May, when the Monaco Grand Prix is said to have occurred.
Now the question is, which Lelouch movie is the best? The original It was a meeting where the The Grand Rendez-Vous? Let us know in the comments section below.