GTA 5 Trailer 2 Analysis Scene-By-Scene
Posted by TreeFitty November 14, 2012 : 44 Comments : 49,727 Views
Song: Stevie Wonder - Skeletons
Scene 1 - Observatory
- Kind of a reverse view from what we have been seeing of Los Santos.
Scene 2 - Michael's house
- The mansion with tennis court we we're shown in August screenshots, higher view looking at neighborhood
- Gardener working on far left lawn
- Mules in background
- Old car (Peyote) on far right, partially off screen
- A black 9F (Audi R8 Spider) sits in the driveway
- Inside we see Amanda and Tracy, Michael's wife and daughter, arguing about a boy staying over. Note the tramp stamp. The tennis mansion is Michael's house.
- Detailed kitchen
- Michael relaxes by the pool as mentioned in previews
- Water looks good
- "You know I've been in this game for a lot of years? I got out alive. If you want my advice, give the shit up."
Scene 3 - The busy city
- A freight train runs under a highway interchange with tanker cars
- Buses (red and orange variants), pickup truck (possibly Contender), and multiple cars ride overhead
- Looks like garbage trucks on a far, lower roadway in the middle
- Downtown Los Santos in background
Scene 4 - Convoy
- Tractor trailers with shipping containers, dump trucks, and coach buses cruise the desert highways
- Wind turbines on the left
- Large satellite dishes off to the right (possibly based on NASA's Goldstone facility)
Scene 5 - Desert life
- Right near the satellite dishes a town is shown
- Two peds fighting, another drug-addict-looking woman in the background
- "No Dogs Allowed" sign among other details
- Old vehicles: Tornado rolls through and the other is a truck of some kind
Scene 6 - Washed up
- Trailer home caught in a rural flood
- Trevor looks like he is going to shoot the man in the flood
Scene 7 - Watch your head
- Trevor grabs a man and slams his head against the bar, blood sprays
- Billiards table back left
- Terrarium or fishtank in back room, one of the many details throughout the trailer and game
- Blarney's and Logger beer bottles
Scene 8 - Trevor yelling
- Trevor's last name is Phillips
- "The guns and crank in this area go through Trevor Phillips Enterprises or they ain't goin'!"
Scene 9 - Off road fun
- Trevor kicks up dust in a Bandito
- Satellites in background
- Cement mixer driving through background
- Near the desert airport (towards the right) seen later in Scene 24
Scene 10 - Let it burn
- Trevor tosses a Molotov and ignites a house
- An ignition trail says he used a gas can similar to previews
- Many details including outlets
- The house blows apart
Scene 11 - Trevor at old gas station
- "I'll swing by and sign the contracts, alright? Just ignore the bodies."
- There has obviously been a fight as bodies lay in the background
- This appears to be the same desert location in the first trailer featuring the hooker and Phoenix
Scene 12 - Port of Los Santos
- The Gerald Desmond Bridge is shown with Downtown in the distance as night falls
- A few vehicles including what might be a Benson soda truck on the left
Scene 13 - North of the port
- Another freight train with shipping container cars (8 of them) and a red bus cruise through the streets
- Vincent Thomas Bridge in middle background
- LA Coliseum off to the right
Scene 14 - Beach bench
- Santa Monica area with Del Perro Pier
- Michael, Franklin, and possibly Lamar who asks Michael where Berto(?) Beach House is. Michael points them in the right direction
- Yellow house behind them is based on 1329 Palisades Road
- "Ballas " written on bench - will they and other gangs return in GTAV?
- This is possibly where Franklin and Michael meet for the first time.
Scene 15 - Repo
- Franklin repos a white 9F and drives it away
- House is based on 1327 Palisades Beach Road (has yellow stairs on beach side), next to the house behind Franklin in the previous scene
- Bobcat security(?) sign next to driveway
- License plate of 9F says "SA Exempt"
- 101 Ocean Ave along highway on right
- The person who is possibly Lamar appears to be in the red car leading him around
- Many vehicles including possibly a Pony and Manana on the highway
- In the background of the highway part you can spot a Xoomer gas station sign
- Can see the 9F's suspension at work as it comes close to the camera
- Up-n-Atom shown in background of street shot
Scene 16 - Franklin's Family
- Woman who appears to be Franklin's girlfriend
- "I don't care how many cars you own, you ain't changing!"
- Fancy place is fancy - does Franklin use the cars he repos to appear wealthier to her?
- Possibly Chateau Marmont outside left window when looking at her
Scene 17 - Dropping cars
- A tractor trailer carrying cars drops one (Aston Martin DB5 type) as police pursue the truck
- Great detail as we pass the car
- This scene leads to one of the screenshots from August with Franklin on the truck's trailer.
- The LA Coliseum is in the background
Scene 18 - Franklin and Lamar(?)
- Lamar: "I can get my money in the hood. I'm cool!"
- Franklin: "Cool what? Slinging dope and throwing up gang signs?"
- The yellow house behind them is the same one from Scene 14 with Michael pointing them away
- House numbers appear to be prevalent - will characters have actual addresses?
Scene 19 - Highway wreck
- Cars collide as Franklin (white F620) chases a very expensive blue car (Cheetah)
Scene 20 - Therapist
- Michael talks with a therapist about his son Jimmy, a "good kid" as we will see...
- "VAIN" magazine on table behind Michael
Scene 21 - Family affair
- A young white male holds onto a swaying sail boat boom being trucked along a freeway. Franklin is on the boat and Michael is driving a red car (confirmed Sentinel) behind them.
- Michael weaves through traffic to catch the young man before he hits the pavement.
- We can safely assume the young kid is Jimmy, helping his father and Franklin.
- Note the food truck, possibly tacos. We also see a white Washington and blue Dilettante. The sail boat is a Marquis and the truck hauling it is a Phantom.
- Airport can be seen in the background right before the catch as we approach the Vincent Thomas Bridge to the port
Scene 22 - We're bouncing now
- Michael and Jimmy are in a car
- Apparently Jimmy is a wigger (or wigga for those who may be offended :P )
- Jimmy: "Hey let's bounce"
- Michael: "Bounce? We're bouncing now..."
- "Nutsaki" or "Nutsakt" company name back left, uniform shop back right
- Blue sports car rides through background (possibly the car resembling a Lotus Elise in a screenshot)
Scene 23 - Trevor stomps the yard
- We see Trevor finishing someone on the ground
- Some colorful people watch
- Possibly Ron (Trevor's neighbor) on the left
- Woman on right appears to be wearing a biker jacket with blank panels
- Old sign says "Sandy Shores Beach Front Recreation Area, Welcome"
Scene 24 - Flying around
- Trevor takes control of a small red and white airplane (Cuban 800, a vehicle in Max Payne 3 files)
- He takes off from a desert airport with bullets hitting the plane and flies around the mountains
- Motorcycles and black vans with wing logos are at the airport. Same logo appears on the Slamvan in the Lost and Damned - did Trevor interfere with their expanding business?
- Freight train seen again on the bridge we've been seeing in screenshots
- He's chasing another plane through the valley (lower right near the end)
Scene 25 - Boom!
- A vault gets blown open
- Another explosion rocks a loading dock
Scene 26 - Chop chop
- A rottweiler runs past a black car (likely Chop as seen in Franklin's artwork) while two passengers shoot handguns from the car. There are at least three people in the car, possibly the protagonists.
- Missing person/pet poster on telephone pole, Cluckin' Bell billboard in background
Scene 27 - Sliding across the hood
- A quick action shot in an old railyard as mentioned by a sign back-left
- Unknown who the man and driver with safety vest are
- The man sliding across is looking back at a bright light off to the far left, possibly a flashlight on a gun (good reason to run away) - was he trying to steal something valuable from the warehouses?
- 6th Street Bridge in background
Scene 28 - Running across the hood
- The same car (Emperor) and driver as Chop runs across the hood in a different area
- There is a white Contender on the left.
Scene 29 - Long way down
- Michael rappels down a building (IAA buidling, real life California Plaza) as shown in previews and screenshots
- People can be seen in the windows as Michael moves past
Scene 30 - Bugstars
- A very quick shot of a glass case being broken into with the Bugstars uniform
- Jewelry store, likely same exact one from first trailer
Scene 31 - Highway at night
- Franklin speeds away from exploding cars along the Del Perro Freeway at night
Scene 32 - Bail
- A Jeep look-alike (Bodhi) rolls out of the back of a cargo plane (is this the C-130-type spotted in Max Payne 3 multiplayer?), Trevor jumps with a parachute
- Awesome lighting as we exit
- The desert area below looks massive.
- Highway from Scene 4 towards the left. Satellite dishes in the middle. Likely the airstrip from Scene 24 on the right
Scene 33 - Dirt bikes and Quads
- A race on Sanchez bikes and Quads through a rural area. Another scene related to an August screenshot.
- Even small crashes look good
- Franklin pulls ahead in the red jacket
Scene 34 - Trevor train wreck
- Trevor hangs on to the top of a moving freight train locomotive
- There is an earpiece of some kind in his ear
- Tow truck very early on left roadway and larger wrecker behind Trevor
- Two trains collide on the same rail bridge we have been seeing, Trevor gets launched off
- Locomotives bend from the force of the impact
- Rail company is "Go Loco"
Scene 35 - Introductions
- Another scene from recent previews shows Michael introducing Franklin (the son he always wanted) to Trevor (his best friend) before the rappelling mission
- Buzzard attack helicopter
- Trevor says Michael's therapist has a lot to answer for - did the therapist tell Michael to get back into this business?
Scene 36 - Nighthawk
- Military jet (Hydra?) shoots missiles at a police helicopter
- Two police helicopters have their spotlights on the same location
Scene 37 - Ruh-roh, Raggy
- The three protagonists see something they all think isn't right. Similar to the Three Wise Monkeys (see no evil, speak no evil, hear no evil).
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