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Tukabseu, Movie, 1993 IMDB

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ingo DE

2010-10-16 23:58

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Annother South Korean movie with 100% domestic cars?

Lateef NO

2010-10-17 00:22

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@ingo: well, except for the Cadillac, yes. But I think old Korean movies like this one are good additions to the site.

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ingo DE

2010-10-17 00:26

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Sure, such old movies are a real enrichment for this side, much more than the boring modern stuff of all these TV-car-shows. Where else we have the chance to see the common fleet in specific countries over the years?

cko US

2010-10-17 06:11

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I agree.These films often offer good insight into the automotive market of a certain time and place.In many parts of the world, the auto scene consisted largely of locally-made cars.Now Toyotas are pretty much the car of choice all over the world and the higher-end European brands also have a worldwide presence.Its interesting seeing the old Eastern European movies on here where everything is a GAZ and 70s American movies seemed to always utilize Ford LTDs.Compare it with today, where every movie has a Volvo and Mercedes, American-conceived Chryslers are on screen driving through Europe,and we're all arguing over a cars proper name depending on nation.Every day I visit this site I learn something new about the develpment and expansion of the auto industry in countries other than my own

ProwlerX US

2010-10-17 07:08

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Any chases?

Lateef NO

2010-10-17 08:47

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Yes, the Hyundai Sonata follows the silver Hyundai Grandeur for a while, then the Sonata overtakes the Grandeur and the driver (the main character) continously signals the driver of the Grandeur to stop. Suddenly the driver of the Grandeur floors it and in that way starts a car chase at 45 mph at the most. The Sonata catches up and starts nudging into the sides of the Grandeur. The Grandeur fights back, but then the cop in the Sonata pulls out a gun. He can't shoot because the driver of the Sonata is holding a girl as a hostage in the passenger seat, after a while he decides to shoot anyway, and hits the driver in the shoulder. The driver tries to go on, but is forced of the road by dodging a speeding truck (back then, trucks were going much faster than cars in ROK), and goes into the ditch in slow motion.

dsl SX

2010-10-17 13:17

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cko wrote These films often offer good insight into the automotive market of a certain time and place......Every day I visit this site I learn something new about the development and expansion of the auto industry in countries other than my own.

Also agree. As someone who occasionally wants to do a bit of lightweight research of what was available when and where, or when certain model changes occurred, this site is a brilliant snapshot of actual and demonstrable events. "Boring" films of "boring" cars are just as valuable in this respect as the exciting ones. We have a highly versatile information resource which can be used for many different perspectives.

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