Hell's Highway: The True Story of Highway Safety Films (2003)

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The history of traffic safety educational films and their notoriously lurid content.

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Director:

Bret Wood

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Bret Wood

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2 March 2008 | Michael_Elliott
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Hell's Highway: True Story of Highway Safety Films (2003)

** (out of 4)

Pretty disappointing documentary taking a look at the Highway Safety Films of the 60s and 70s. I was really looking forward to this thing but nothing really worked out too well. The interviews were rather boring, which is what really killed this. The film picks up in the final fifteen-minutes when we hear debates on whether these films did any good or not. I personally found the actual videos to be nothing more than offensive, tasteless scare tactics. Footage included one film where cops flips over a car to discover a dead baby that has been smashed to death. There are countless other bloody clips where people's heads are stuck through windshields and so on.

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Genres

Documentary | History

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Release Date:

27 June 2003

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

Box Office

Opening Weekend:

$1,225 (USA) (27 June 2003)

Gross:

$1,225 (USA) (27 June 2003)

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