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De zaak Alzheimer, Movie, 2003 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • The Alzheimer Affair
  • The Alzheimer Case
  • La mémoire du tueur (France)
  • The Memory of a Killer (USA)

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appassionato IT

2006-06-27 19:32

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What happened to the three BMW and to the two Mercedes?

antp BE

2006-06-27 23:09

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The 1989 E34 may get damaged, I do not remember exactly. The 525i and 535i are used "normally". Same for the W140 I think. The W124 is just a taxi seen in one scene. I do not remember a chase from this movie, but I saw it "long time ago".

-- Last edit: 2006-06-27 23:09:51

appassionato IT

2006-06-28 10:23

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Thanks!

Kowalski

2008-01-20 02:35

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appassionato wrote What happened to the three BMW and to the two Mercedes?


Spoiler - click here to see it
Angelo Ledda (the ageing killer who suffers of Alzheimer and it is brilliantly portrayed by Jan Decleir) drives the S-Class W140. In one scene, he is surrounded by police in a car park and yet he manages to escape, but still gets shot in his left arm, so the W140 gets shot in the driver's window. Then he abandons the Mercedes and steals the old Mk2 Golf.

Nearly the end of the film, Ledda demands for an armoured car and police fetches this supposedly armoured BMW 5-Series E34 which gets shot twice, in the rear tires.


-- Last edit: 2014-10-24 05:51:16 (owlman)

vilero ES

2011-10-06 09:36

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A too far and little 1[*] Volkswagen Corrado [Typ 53I] at 00:47:35 on left upper corner. Picture courtesy of user 53i.

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