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Gränsen (Beyond the Border), SE Movie, 2011 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Fronteira Proibida (Brazil)
  • Checkpoint 83 (Germany)
  • Operation Polarfuchs (Germany)
  • Más alla de la frontera (Spain)
  • Isku rajalle (Finland)
  • Opération Arctic Fox (France)
  • バトル・オン・ザ・ボーダー ノルディック 極寒の攻防 (Japan)
  • Граница (Russia)
  • The Border (United Kingdom)

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atom SE

2012-09-20 17:04

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A background car to the right:
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atom SE

2012-09-20 17:31

An aircraft for IMPDb.org probably just a prop though:
[Image: plan1.6.jpg]

andrepa DE

2012-09-20 17:54

Gränsen = Grenzen in german
frontieres + borderlines + boundaries

atom SE

2012-09-20 22:30

I see that it's time to learn the different articles for Swedish nouns:

Gräns = Border
Gränsen = The Border
Gränser = Borders
Gränserna = The Borders

"Gränsen" in the title refers to the border between Sweden and Norway.

chicomarx BE

2012-09-21 00:24

Ooh, grammar. What's the Swedish word "verfaaaahn" I always hear, meaning shit/damn??

Lateef NO

2012-09-21 01:16

^ It's "för fan" - it literally means "for satan".

chicomarx BE

2012-09-21 01:27

Thank you! I hear that constantly, always bothered me.

andrepa DE

2012-09-21 22:28

wondered about etymological roots of swedish fan no relationship to german Teufel ( in some dialects deivel ) english devil
could be the roman Faunus in german Faun ( we know the trucks )
in greek Satyr = Satan

-- Last edit: 2012-09-21 22:41:49

Lateef NO

2012-09-21 22:35

It's derived from the word "fanden", a Scandinavian word describing a devilish creature, similar to satan.


-- Last edit: 2012-09-21 22:35:55

Corkeyandpals US

2013-11-17 01:58

Aircraft at: http://impdb.org/index.php?title=Gr%C3%A4nsen

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