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The Enemy, UK Movie, 2001 IMDB

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Gag Halfrunt UK

2024-04-06 15:15

Filmed in Luxembourg.
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0245095/locations/

mike962 DE

2024-04-06 15:44

:hello: humungus

a good classic movie in need of remastered HD

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humungus SI

2024-04-06 15:44

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“Private security must pay better than I thought.”

If you've ever wanted to see Luke Perry as an award-winning geneticist, wondered what James Bond might have looked like if Roger Moore kept playing him into his 70s, or what a respected actor looks like when he spends his every scene wondering where he is, what he's doing there, how he got there, and how to most gruesomely murder his agent and get away with it, you have my condolences because you have to see this movie to get the answers (but hey, it could've been three terrible movies...). It's the kind of a movie where the more villain yells at his henchmen he wants the hero caught alive, the more then henchmen shoot indiscriminately at the hero. Suffice it to say this movie left me immensely curious about the opus of Edward D. Wood, Jr. It's worse than this?

They blew all the budget on blowing up cars instead of on hiring people who have at least seen if not operated a movie camera before.

Filmed almost entirely in Luxembourg and set in plethora of places, starting somewhere on a Russian border, then going to Quebec (Montreal and thereabouts, mostly), Luxembourg, Vermont, Chicago, and back to Montreal. This is supposed to be a map of something in Montreal:
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Here are an interesting oldtimer in first thumb, and a European-looking fire truck in the second (which is supposed to be in Quebec):
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humungus SI

2024-04-06 15:46

mike962 wrote :hello: humungus

a good classic movie in need of remastered HD

/movie_31867-The-Roaring-Twenties.html

Indeed. Got it just the other day. Will do.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2024-04-06 15:54

I think that a few scenes were really filmed in Montreal:
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Perhaps the script was written with the expectation of a Canada-Luxembourg co-production (enjoying tax incentives in both countries) with half filmed in Quebec and half in Luxembourg.

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humungus SI

2024-04-06 16:05

^ While the credits only mention Luxembourg as a filming location and thank the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and the people and some businesses thereof with no mention of Canada anywhere, the credits do actually list a Montreal Unit (with a director of photography etc.), so it looks like some scenes were indeed filmed there.

P.S.: I set the movie's country of origin to UK. While the credits state the movie is a UK-Luxembourg co-production, UK is listed as the country of first publication and the movie is also copyrighted there.

Baube QC

2024-04-06 18:02

humungus wrote

They blew all the budget on blowing up cars instead of on hiring people who have at least seen if not operated a movie camera before.

This is supposed to be a map of something in Montreal:
[Image: enemythe2001location.1.jpg]


:lol: love that critic..

map of something in Montreal is accurate , except for University that is now Robert Bourassa but the change occured after the movie was filmed

sixcyl FR

2024-04-22 01:24

Aircraft at https://www.impdb.org/index.php?title=The_Enemy by courtesy of humungus who provided these pictures.

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