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A Faster Horse Documentary Tells Story of Ford Mustang
How the iconic pony car has managed to be a winning steed for 50 years
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The Ford Mustang is no stranger to the big screen and rightfully so since this iconic pony car has been wowing audiences and enthusiasts since its birth in 1964. From cult classics like Bullitt as well as remakes like Gone in 60 Seconds and Death Race, the Mustang is a true four-wheeled celebrity. It was even the inspiration for Vanilla Ice’s “Ice Ice Baby,” where he cruised in a convertible 5.0, so it’s no secret that the Ford Mustang has long been ingrained into popular culture.
To celebrate the Mustang’s 50 year anniversary, White House Pictures has created a documentary that seeks to tell the story of the famed horse. A Faster Horse follows the team entrusted with upholding the legacy of the brand in creating the 2015 model, 50 years from the original release, while exploring the parallels that exist between past and present day. The Mustang’s astonishing history is told through a combination of rare archival footage with Henry Ford II, exclusive access inside Ford facilities and the personal stories of former and current Mustang designers, as well as passionate fans and collectors. The film also highlights the Mustang’s role in the likes of Steve McQueen’s Bullitt, Sean Connery’s Goldfinger and Wilson Pickett’s “Mustang Sally.”
From Mustang clubs around the world, to the race tracks, assembly lines, and inner workings of an enormous automotive company, A Faster Horse chronicles everything it took to transform a small but courageous idea into an American legend that true to its nature, still endures.
For more information on A Faster Horse, please visit: www.fasterhorsefilm.com