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Rosetta, Movie, 1999 IMDB

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Weasel1984 PL

2013-06-26 19:41

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antp BE

2013-06-27 17:15

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For Polish movies you use the excuse "rare in Poland" for some background cars, but what would be the excuse here? Many of the blurred background ones seem common to me for Belgium :p

Weasel1984 PL

2013-06-27 19:30

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antp wrote For Polish movies you use the excuse "rare in Poland" for some background cars...

Oh, it happens very rarely to me - few times in the past at most. :D
Anyway in this film, I also don't see any rare or unusual cars, hence I did a solid selection (see the comments) and only the best visible vehicles have been listed. Few might be still controversial, but for example the 626 Coupe and the police Corolla I found a little bit more interesting - hence I commented on these.
The Van Hool perhaps won't survive with such pic(?), but I can live with this (was prepared on this).
The ones passing in front of the camera, like 80 B4, Xantia, Astra F, 205 and Volvo 440 I find very well visible and moved only a little.

antp BE

2013-06-27 23:11

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Those that I noticed the most when posting my comments where those that you do not cite: Clio, Express, Fiesta, Uno...
I didn't say that none were worth listing.

Weasel1984 PL

2013-06-28 22:29

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Fiesta, Uno and VH have been deleted. Can't really agree with the Express and Clio (whole car is well visible during the camera passage).

antp BE

2013-07-01 17:26

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That happens for many cars in movies set in cities... if they result on a shot isn't better than that, for common cars it is not really worth keeping.

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