A company wants to pay one viewer $50 an hour to track every accident in the Fast Saga to figure out the insurance implications driving like that
May 10, 2023 at 17:32
by Sebastien Bell
The Fast & Furious franchise has now been around for more than 20 year, and in that time, it has generated more than 20 hours of content. Now, a company wants to pay one viewer $1,000 to watch the entire oeuvre.
Finance Buzz, a media producer that creates sponsored content for insurance providers, among others, wants to pay someone to watch all 10 of the central Fast & Furious films to find out what driving like the characters in the movies would do to your insurance premiums.
To that end, it is asking for movie lovers to apply for a contract position that will require them to watch all of the films and take notes on accidents. The successful candidate will have to take detailed notes on every car accident that results in damage, what cars are involved, the extent of the damage, and more, which actually seems like it would be really hard to do.
While the $1,000 amounts to around $50 per hour of film, the note-taking is likely to make this assignment last longer than the 20-hour runtime of the films, so be forewarned. The company says that it is also giving the person doing this a $100 per diem to cover the cost of streaming expenses and snacks.
Naturally, that means that the person who wins this contract will have to be able to stream all of the films, and will have to attend Fast X in theaters, to take notes on the number of accidents that occur in that film.
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Ultimately, your research will be analyzed by Finance Buzz, which will then turn it into a story about the insurance implications of Dominic Toretto et al.’s driving habits. It will also answer the question that we’ve all been asking, has the level of carnage in the franchise increased over the years?
You can apply for this role at Financebuzz, but you must over the age of 18, and a resident of the United States. Applications are due by May 19, 2023, at 11:59 p.m. EST, the day that Fast X reaches theaters. A winner will be selected on May 26.