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Les Novices, Movie, 1970 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • The Novices
  • Die Novizinnen (Germany)
  • Ambulancen der rødmede (Denmark)
  • La profesional y la debutante (Spain)
  • Rakkauden noviisit (Finland)
  • Oi neofotistes (Greece)
  • Le novizie (Italy)
  • Nonnen og gatepiken (Norway)
  • Nowicjuszki (Poland)
  • As Noviças (Portugal)
  • Kärleksambulansen (Sweden)
  • Las novicias (Venezuela)
  • Početnica na pločniku (Yugoslavia)

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eLMeR FM

2016-06-29 05:23

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Agnès (Brigitte Bardot), a young nun, runs away from her convent to discover the world. She meets Mona Lisa (Annie Girardot), a prostitute, who tries to help her. Will the innocence of the first be corrupted by the pragmatism of the second?
A gentle and unpretentious comedy that one shouldn't watch if searching answers to metaphysical questions... People who like credibility of the stories and consistency in the scene filming should avoid it too :D

eLMeR FM

2016-06-29 08:17

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Specialty of this movie: cars not seen as a whole or filmed above the beltline, including 2-star ones.

Among background vehicles seen in the movie:
• A 1969+ Ford Capri 'Something GT':
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(00:12:21 // 00:12:23 // 00:12:24)

• Just "between" Agnès (red dress) and the dog, what seems to be a 1962+ Peugeot 404 Cabriolet?
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(00:37:36)

• a 1967+ (1970, here, being in Fiat's showroom) Fiat 124 Sport Spider:
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(00:46:04)

• a yellow 'Dunno' Cabriolet:
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(00:48:57 - no closer view)

• a 1964-70 Citroën HY or HZ (1964+ one-piece windshield but without the square wheel arches which appeared in November 1969):
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(00:50:36)

• a 1963-64 Renault R8 (smooth bumper, even if looking a little "tired" :D ). Possibly a (1964 only, then) R8 Major, due to the blurry line under the right taillamp:
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(00:51:11)

• A 1962+ Simca 1000 Coupé or 1968+ 1200 S Coupé (does it have single taillamps or dual ones?), behind what seems to be a Saviem van (single rear wheels and what seems to be a rear differential: most probably a SG2):
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(00:51:17)

• A Simca 1200 S Coupé. WWH plate, meaning a brand new model sold for less than 15 days (fr):
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(00:51:21)

dsl SX

2016-06-29 13:53

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eLMeR wrote • a yellow 'Dunno' Cabriolet:
[Image: ln-c-004857-unkc02.jpg]

Siata Spring

andrepa DE

2016-07-04 13:09

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eLMeR wrote
• A 1969+ Ford Capri 'Something GT':
[Image: ln-c-001221-capri.jpg] [Image: ln-c-001223-capri.jpg] [Image: ln-c-001224-capri.jpg]
(00:12:21 // 00:12:23 // 00:12:24)

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1700 GT by the alloys different to 2000 GT or 2300 GT
Link to "www.autobild.de"

dsl SX

2016-07-04 14:00

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andrepa wrote 1700 GT by the alloys different to 2000 GT or 2300 GT

I don't think the wheel style was different by engine size. This black Rostyle wheel was the launch wheel in 1969 for Capri GT. The silver sculpted steel wheel came in Oct 1971 (for 72my) as one of the wide choices from the accessories catalogue, but soon became standard fit replacing the Rostyles within a year or two. Same sequence applies to Cortina Mk3/Taunus TC1, and it was also standard on 72+ top-end Escorts (1300E - known as GXL in D but very few made, Mexico, RS2000 - although most Mexico and RS buyers paid extra for alloys). And you could option it onto ordinary versions of all these just as easily as vinyl roof and other bling.

So it's a date clue (72+) more than engine. But I won't argue against this as likely to be 1700GT.

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