In a world where people are constantly looking for the next best thing, it is hard to be content with what you have. This is especially true in the world of cars. In the 1980s and 1990s, it was all about exotic cars. They were fast, powerful, and expensive. But by the time we got to 1991, there was a new trend in town: classic cars.

The 1991 movie Hitch Hiking is about two men who are on a quest to find their perfect classic car before they turn 30 years old. It is an interesting movie because it shows how different people can have such different priorities when it comes to buying a car.

This Russian flick is the story of an Italian driver, traveling from Italy to Russia in a brand-new Fiat Tempra. Seducing several women along the way, he decides to pick up a pregnant hitchhiker waiting at the side of the road in the harsh Russian winter. Originally intended to be a short promotional film for the car, this ended up as a fortunate little accident and one of the best car films of all time.