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Gulag, Movie made for TV, 1985 IMDB

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mike962

2013-12-26 18:17

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Gag Halfrunt UK

2013-12-27 16:07

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Filmed in Norway and the UK, according to the IMDB.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0089240/locations

I-Denev BG

2013-12-27 20:40

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Where are filmed the scenes standing in for USSR? If they are filmed in Norway, so GAZ 24 should be listed as Volga M-24, as other Volgas from Norway. They were listed as Volga M-24 but someone changed them. One is sure - these scenes are not filmed in USSR or in the Eastern Bloc (despite of the fake USSR plates).

Gag Halfrunt UK

2013-12-27 20:44

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@I-Denev: The Moscow scenes were filmed in Oslo. There's a user review on the IMDB pointing out all the famous Oslo locations that appear in the film. :)
Quote As a Norwegian living in Oslo, it's great fun to see the settings for the various "Moscow" scenes: About 10' out in the movie, they're walking thru the Vigeland Sculpture park in Oslo. Next they're walking down Karl Johan Street, the National Theatre visible in the background. A visit to Oslo's City Hall is also part of the "Moscow" scenes, the "russian" guide pointing out the murals by Henrik Sørensen (from 1950). Later, the main character is walking thru the Botanical Gardens, only to be captured just outside in an everyday Oslo street (two schools visible in the background, Vahl & Hersleb). He is then taken to Lubjanka Prisonm to be interrogated. In this case, the old Main Post Office in Oslo. A tram, dirtied down & with Cyrillic characters on it's destination blind, passes by. A famous (in Norway) Norwegian actor, Bjørn Sundquist, has a small role as one of the Russian captors. At about 28 minutes out, he is taken to the train to transport him to the prison camp. The station is the old Oslo Østbane station (Still standing, but converted to shopping mall). The train is composed of typical Norwegian railway cars of the era (early 80's/late 70's.), but the car they're in is converted to a Stolypin car (of sorts). The train is pulled by a class Di.3 diesel engine. At about 0.32 the train arrives in Trondheim.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0089240/reviews?filter=chrono

I-Denev BG

2013-12-27 20:47

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Gag Halfrunt wrote The Moscow scenes were filmed in Oslo.


Then Volga M-24 is correct.

Corkeyandpals US

2014-03-23 02:43

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Aircraft at: http://impdb.org/index.php?title=Gulag

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