Video: Thirty seconds into watching this video, my face already hurt from smiling too much. What you're about to watch is a compilation of footage that shows what director George Miller actually shot on the set of 2015's masterpiece Mad Max: Fury Road. And you will be amazed at how much was actually done, practically, on set. You've heard stories about it but actually seeing it is simply incredible.
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