Time enough to take one last ride.Withdrawal of the bmwfilms :(

Just got this email from BMW USA.
"Time enough to take one last ride.
After four thrilling years, BMW Films' award-winning on-line film
series, The Hire, will take its final bow on October 21.
The sometimes touching, sometimes funny, and always exciting twists of The Hire have attracted over 100 million views. In a powerful turn that reflects the performance of a BMW itself, Clive Owen (star of Closer, Croupier, Sin City, King Arthur and Gosford Park) plays a mysterious driver hired for his sharp driving skills and unswerving cool. Each film presents a fierce new challenge to the driver's talents.
Directed by filmmakers hailed for such classics as Seven, Face/Off, Top Gun, and Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, and starring some of today's hottest talents, The Hire broke ground in style while blanketing the viewer in fast-paced suspense. The BMW Films site also features cool extras, including cast interviews, making-of documentaries, and more.
In 2002, The Hire was awarded the Cannes International Advertising Festival's Cyber Lion Grand Prix prize. The series was inducted into the permanent collection of New York's Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). Additional accolades include WIRED magazine's 2001 "Best Excuse for Broadband" award; and, in 2002, John Woo's episode, "Hostage," won the Los Angeles International Short Film Festival's "Best Action Short" award.
Don't miss your last chance to view the series of short films that caused a worldwide buzz. (And if you've never seen them before, it's an experience you won't soon forget.) Log on to bmwfilms.com to screen The Hire today! "
Jason Russell
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