It’s not what it sounds like.
Picked as the best film of 1997 by The Coupeville Examiner (you’re welcome), this is a stirring testament to how far you can push body and soul before breaking.
The action takes place at an endurance contest in Texas, where 24 competitors enter, and one exits with a brand new truck, and, hopefully, sanity still intact.
It seems simple – keep your hand attached to said truck as long as possible, with no squatting or leaning.
But 77 hours later, things have gone seriously off-kilter for our sleep-deprived folk heroes.
Let the bodies hit the floor.