If you haven't yet seen Mad Max: Fury Road, there's a glaring hole in your life right now.
You must see this film, and you must enjoy it in a dark room with the volume set to a level that will have your neighbors ready to call the cops. It's a masterpiece of old-school Mad Max action with minimal dialog, amazing stunts, and a backing world that's dystopically beautiful.
About those stunts though, the most amazing part is that nearly all of it was done in real life with minimal CGI. Practical effects can truly enhance the feel and immersion provided by a good film. Director George Miller knows this, and that's why his 2015 film employs a massive cadre of stunt men and women to bring his insane vision to life.
It all looks quite wild in the polished, finished product. It actually looks even more insane when you get a glimpse behind the scenes. The four minutes and two seconds of video posted above brings you back to the world of Fury Road and gives you a peek you didn't get prior. This makes Miller's movie even that much more impressive, and it makes you really wonder if any of the stunt people involved have that part of their brain devoted to self preservation.
If you watch this, I assure you that you're one step closer to arriving at the gates of Valhalla... shiny and chrome!