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Move On, Movie, 2012 IMDB

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  • Move On: The Road Movie Inspired by You

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garco NL

2013-09-27 21:00

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Background cars:
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Citroen C4 Coupé:
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Junkyard:
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garco NL

2013-09-27 22:41

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Does anyone know if such thing exists: :think:
Macedonia:
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dsl SX

2013-09-27 22:51

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^ in principle yes (although that example could be enhanced CGI). Basically, any dammed reservoir needs an overflow outlet to prevent the water level rising too high, especially if the reservoir/lake is fed by mountain streams/rivers which can occasionally go wild (storms, spring meltwater etc). I've seen smaller examples on water supply reservoirs in Britain, but no real reason why they should not operate in lakes dammed for hydro-electric power. And on a much smaller scale my bath and wash basins have outlets to prevent overflows......

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