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Gulltransporten, Movie, 2022 IMDB

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dsl SX

2023-09-20 22:03

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Shown last week on BBC4 as a premiere - maybe in terms of UK TV at least - and is on iplayer. Set in 1940 Norway - there's an old saying "the past is another country" and so for me is Norway, so mountains of unknowns ... It looks as if they summoned Norway's entire collection of 1930s small pickups across the various scenes (particularly green ones), but most have visible plates which I've used to group the various sightings, while desperately hoping the plates can be checked and are not switched. The only trickery I've spotted is a white-ish Chevy pick-up which for one shot is digitally recoloured to green, but if they did it once, there might be a few more lurking.

A good true story, successfully dramatised, although some clunky scenes. Refreshingly they don't clutter it up with any soppy romances. Some great scenery, and some spectacular CGI to create dramatic wartime scenes of things burning during attacks, so visually it's superb.

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Lateef NO

2023-09-22 22:54

Sadly I believe most of these are prop plates albeit they are very good. In several Norwegian period productions it's common to equip the cars with plates appropriate for the region it's set in. T = Møre og Romsdal.

dsl SX

2023-09-23 15:17

A lot of CGI planes - spotter planes and then German bombers for air raids, but as they're faked, no entries for impdb.

An impressive choo-choo engine
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Some CGI battleships but (apart from some small fishing boats at the end) the only real boat was this ferry
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Angus ZW

2023-09-23 15:51

@dsl the fact of the matter is the Beeb trotting out a proper documentary without the old routine of quotas and the sorts is the boggling of the mind

johnfromstaffs EN

2023-09-23 20:16

^^ It depends on what you mean by documentary. Laura Kuenssberg has just been doing an excellent critique of the chaos in government, but the BBC1 schedule for Saturdays appears to be aimed at the brain-dead. (Or a tad beneath them.)

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Angus ZW

2023-09-25 08:35

@Johnfromstaffs- right there, mate. Politics and the likes aside, My Interest and viewership of the BBC or any affiliates have been all but nish for the old 20 years, now of course the year Zimbabwe left the Commonwealth there and the channel being banned and all. now the Beeb on Saturdays, John: too right on that when you mention the schedules so I'll track the rubbish, but I'll give Ms Kuenssberg's programme a watch when I can. Cheers

johnfromstaffs EN

2023-09-25 08:45

^^ It’ll be a series of 3 x 1hr programmes when complete I think. She is one of the shrinking number of proper journalists left in any of British tv, who all seem now to be racing to the bottom of the dregs. They have even dragged back “Blankety-Blank” hosted by some cockney pillock. During a short period without satellite tv we watched boxed set of “The Beiderbecke Affair” made in 1984. Not totally fault free, there is six hours of it, but infinitely superior to the dross on offer now.

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