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Danny Krueger is a twenty-year old street racer who plays by his own rules. After winning a scholarship to the prestigious Fast Lane Racing Academy, Danny finds himself competing against ... See full summary »
Follows a track doctor and former driver, his former rival and owner of the track, owner's young sister who has a crush on the doctor, a photographer, bar owner and other characters who work and mingle at the local auto race track.
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"Don't believe the hype!" Those words immortalized by Public Enemy seem to fit this movie really well. I saw "Quattro Noza" in NYC and I have to say that I was not impressed. This movie was shot on MiniDV and quite frankly looked like the work of an ambitious amateur who's ego was fueled by diesel fumes. The production value was low and I was astonished to find out that the budget for this feature length video was over $900,000. The editing style can best be described as the MTV style we've become so used to and bored of. It seems as though all the money went into the race scenes...typical. What about the rest of the movie? It's as if they completely gave up on the narrative. I eventually lost interest in the race scenes which at first were engaging. There were so many drawn out scenes in this feature. It was a long, long 2 hours. This piece definitely needed a few more weeks in the editing room. As much as it's been hyped, "Quattro Noza" turned out to be a big let down.
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