You know, it must be difficult to be the curator at the Lamborghini Museum at the company’s Sant’Agata Bolognese headquarters. The term “embarrassment of riches” springs immediately to mind, but how do you pick when everything available is either wild to look at or beautiful beyond description?

Well, the museum’s latest effort tracks Lamborghini’s appearances in films, Hollywood and otherwise.

The exhibit runs like the Hollywood Walk of Fame, tracking some of the automaker’s most memorable an important filmic models.

Naturally, the iconic orange Miura P400 from “The Italian Job” (1969, directed by Peter Collinson, starring Michael Caine) will be one of the highlights of the show. Not just for the car’s exquisite beauty, but also for the iconic opening scene.

A Countach meant to evoke the one used in “The Cannonball Run” (1981, directed by Hal Needham, starring a frankly ludicrous cast) will bring visitors back to fun of the race from Connecticut to California.

If more modern films are your preference, there will also be an LM002 from Fast & Furious 4 (2009, directed by Justin Lin) used by Dom Toretto (Vin Diesel).

It’s not all classics, though, Lamborghini will also show off the Aventador and the Huracan Coupe, as seen in The Dark Knight Rises (2012, directed by Christopher Nolan, starring Christian Bale) and Doctor Strange (2016, directed by Scott Derickson, starring Benedict Cumberbatch).

And it’s not just American movies, either. A 350 GT from “Bar Sport” (2011, directed by Massimo Martelli) and a Gallardo Super Trofeo from Veloce Come il Vento (2016, directed by Matteo Rovere) will also be on display.

The exhibit will also feature a Centenario and a Sesto Elemento for which visitors will be tasked with guessing which movies they starred in.

Although not all the cars on display were actual movie cars, the display will feature cars from Lamborghini’s own collection, so it’s not like visitors are being cheated.

The exhibit runs until Halloween, so be sure to stop in if you’re near the north of Italy any time soon.