There are many, many classic movie car chases, and Baby Driver is the latest flick to really deliver.
Often, however, we have no idea where these chases are actually taking place. OK, so it’s pretty obvious that Bullitt is in San Francisco and Ronin in Paris (just to grab two classic examples), but other times entirely different cities play as acting doubles.
That isn’t the case with Atlanta in Baby Driver, with Edgar Wright actually setting the opening car chase sequence in the city that it was filmed in. This killer pursuit – set to Jon Spencer Blues Explosion’s Bellbottoms – which sees Baby flinging his red Rex all over the shop with pinpoint precision is also fairly geographically accurate, as mapped out (below) by the clever people at Vox.
Alright, there are a couple of miraculous TARDIS-like jumps, but for the most part the route is unbroken. Check this out…