Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Empty Airport Short Film Going Viral

Posted By on Tue, Sep 20, 2011 at 10:00 AM

There's nothing worse than being stuck in an airport. Everything from the overpriced-gaggy-microwaved food to sleeping on ungodly uncomfortable chairs just flat out sucks.

So what did two automotive photographers do when they got stuck in the Dallas Airport one night?
Well they didn't sleep, that's for sure. And the fact that they just happened to have over thirty-grand of video equipment on them is a good excuse for what consequently evolved into complete and utter awesomeness.

The best part is that every clip in the short film is 100 percent real, un-staged, shots.

Jalopnik.com, an automotive blog, interviewed the guys to see if they got in any trouble for dicking-around in the airport all night or stealing beer from a vacant bar. Here's the full interview if you were curious.

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