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Foreign Parts, Documentary, 2010 IMDB

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ingo DE

2012-08-11 20:47

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Where is this documentary about?

boogieman US

2012-08-11 22:10

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It's about the Willet's point Neighborhood in Queens, New York.

Read more on the neighborhood here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Willets_Point,_Queens

antp BE

2012-08-13 18:12

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Why are some listed as being from DVD extras? (this is rather for additional short movie features on regular movie DVDs)
Also, there are many background cars for a documentary...

boogieman US

2012-08-13 19:31

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The DVD extras cars were seen in extra footage on the DVD. (It was bonus footage not included in the actual documentary, Just like any other movie's bonus features).

Yeah, it's a lot of background cars as the documentary focuses mainly on the people/businesses (The movie has VERY few spoken words in it, an a lot of scenes where they just watch people working or cars driving in/out of the businesses). But I thought it was still worth the add because A.) It has an IMDB page, and B.) It Is car related (it's about the New York neighborhood that is dominated by run down auto repair businesses and junk yards, and how they get by day-to-day.)

But if you don't think it is worth it's own page, It's ok... I won't argue with you over it. :lol:


More info on the DVD: Link to "www.amazon.com"

-- Last edit: 2012-08-13 19:32:51

antp BE

2012-08-14 17:49

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I do not contest the page itself, but rather the amount of background cars. Usually in documentaries the random/trafic background cars are avoided.

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