L'occasion fait le larron
Elle set plutôt bien fait cette pub pour une voiture d'occasion. Images léchées, voix off juste grave comme il faut, vues aériennes d'un drone, toute la métaphysique du marketing revisitée par un amateur éclairé.
"Paint is in fantastic shape with few cosmetic dings. Drives like a dream. Cat and coffee pot not included. Bug shield, rubber duckies and tape converter included. Featured girlfriend is not actual girlfriend, but an actor. Stunts not performed by a professional driver, but just my actual girlfriend. Do not attempt. Girlfriend is now fiance. (sp) "
Now you need, depending on the level of production, and how much you want this done on the level:
The drone itself
The location scouted
Car on set, actor on set, driver
Road closed off
Someone to fly the drone (commercial license)
Multiple takes/angles done. (This could be as much as a full day of shooting.)
Someone to orchestrate this entire endeavour
This could be anywhere from $500-$10,000 or more — again, depending on the level of production.
Now you know why film budgets are so high.