UAE breaks record in star-studded short film

David Oyelowo and Freida Pinto star in the clip with Usher providing the soundtrack for Pepsi

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He may be a Golden Globe and Emmy Award-nominee, and while she’s been up for a BAFTA and won a SAG Award.

But in this newly released clip, all eyes are not on David Oyelowo and Freida Pinto.

The UAE is the star for us in the Pepsi film Black Knight Decoded as the country breaks the Guinness World Record for the largest synchronized car dance.

Footage of 121 cars dancing in the desert to create a peace sign measuring over 80 meters in diameter, if seen from a bird's eye view.

Fusing scenes shot from space from 11 countries, urthecast’s video camera aboard the international space station.

Using 2x RED EPIC Dragon, 1x DJI INSPIRE Drone, 7 Go Pros, and UrtheCast, 25 videographers captured the action set to the sound of original track ‘Miracles’ by Usher.

Black Knight Decoded tells a powerful story about a father (Oyelowo), his daughter (Layla Crawford) and co-conspirator (Pinto) on their “quest to decode radio signals transmitted from the Black Knight satellite where they rely on support from communities around the world to come together to communicate universal messages of hope, unity and peace”.

Aside from the United Arab Emirates, consumers from countries including Australia, China, the Czech Republic, India, Mexico, Poland, Romania and Russia represented their areas of the world as part of the ongoing Pepsi Challenge.

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