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Driven - Helmet on My Lap
When Stallone's character finishes giving chase to Bly on the street at night after the "Prototype party", he tosses to the side his helmet as he is jumping out of his vehicle. However, he was never wearing a helmet throughout the entire chase scene. It is highly unlikely that he was cradling the helmet on his lap during the sequence as an Indy car would be impossible to drive properly. It seems like a lame gimmick to show just how pissed off he is.
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foot_corn on 05-24-2001
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padron3k writes:
That is not a helmet he is throwing as he is getting out of the car. It is the detachable steering wheel.
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Jerad writes:
I reviewed this section of the movie, and while I hate to say this, but that's not his helmet. When Tanto, Sly's character, gets into the car, you see the steering wheel laying on the front. He picks it up. The steering wheels on these cars come off to allow easier entry and exit. When Joe Tanto gets out of the car, it is the steering wheel that he is throwing, not a helmet. Sorry to burst your bubble. Jerad
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