You hardly need us to tell you but Nicolas Cage is one of the greatest actors that the world has ever produced (no, seriously. Have you seen Vampire's Kiss).
Yet even greats like Mr Cage sometimes crop up in roles that you wouldn't suspect to see them in or are under such heavy make-up that they are barely recognisable.
This brings us to a clip from a 1989 straight-to-video movie called Never on Tuesday, which focuses on two hopeless men trying to win the affections of a lesbian.
Yes, the movie is as bad as it sounds, but one saving grace is the small cameo that Cage make during a scene in the desert, where the iconic actor rocks up on the side of the road in sports car, wearing a bright red jacket, a terrible haircut and a large false nose.
The character, who is only known on the IMDB page for the film as 'Man in Red Sports Car', speaks in a bizarre exasperated tone and then begins to inexplicably laugh after they refuse his offer of a lift.
The surreal moment, which is possibly the best thing in the entire film, has gone viral after it was shared on Twitter by a user called @alex_navarro and people are loving it.
there is a direct to video movie from the late '80s that Nicolas Cage randomly appears in. this is the entirety of… https://t.co/kIN5Dzf4Mg
— Yassified and Ancient (@Yassified and Ancient)
@alex_navarro "I need the angry Italian guy with the fake hand from Moonstruck to put on this nose prosthetic and I NEED HIM NOW"