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Things You Never Noticed About The Opening Of Back To The Future

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Everyone knows that Back to the Future is one of the best films ever made. That’s just a fact. It’s one of those rare films that get better ever time you watch it. 

But we never quite realised just how perfect or how carefully constructed even the smallest detail was until we watched this fascinating video by film aficionado Must See Films.

The video shows how the film makers brilliantly set up the whole movie during less than three minutes of the opening scene. The care and attention to detail it reveals is remarkable. And there are definitely some things you will have never noticed before. 

There’s a reason why Back to the Future is so good: hard work.

Hard work and a sweet ‘80s soundtrack. 

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