R | | Action, Crime, Music
After being coerced into working for a crime boss, a young getaway driver finds himself taking part in a heist doomed to fail.
Baby Driver writer and director Edgar Wright shares easter eggs from the movie and his favorite heists.
Writer-director Edgar Wright conceived Baby Driver in 1994; he adapted the film's original planned beginning into a 2003 music video he directed for Mint Royale's "Blue Song," which starred Noel Fielding as a music-loving getaway driver for a group ... ...
In the opening heist, the getaway involves dumping the original car and switching to another. However, while Buddy, Darling and Griff all wear gloves, Baby does not. During his "dance" scene he touches, and leaves fingerprints on, the steering wheel, wiper control, the outside of the door, and a water bottle (which he leaves in the car). During the getaway he also would have left prints on the gearshift and the interior door handle. However, Baby has most likely never been printed therefore his prints would not be in any police records whereas all other heisters indicate they do have criminal records and could be implicated if their prints are found. This is also why Baby is asked to case the post office - he presumably has no criminal record.
At the end of the credits is the sound of a tape rewinding.
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