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La dignidad de los nadies, Documentary, 2005 IMDB

Pictures provided by: Gomselmash11

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Also known as:

  • La dignité du peuple (France)
  • The Dignity of the Nobodies (USA)

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Gomselmash11

2010-05-31 04:46

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garco NL

2010-05-31 12:13

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I don't want to be rude, but this documentary has nothing to do with this site.

I have started a discussion in the admin section of the forum what to do with this (and future uploads of this kind of programs).

Gomselmash11

2010-05-31 19:16

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what? and the mexican movies yes, and this no???

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garco NL

2010-05-31 21:08

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Mexican MOVIES indeed.
This is just a documentary about the socio-economic effects of the 2001 rebellions in Argentina (source: imdb.com)
And only one star vehicles. (note that background vehicles (with this quality) will not be validated).
Adds nothing, we have told (you) a couple of times.

Just upload movies and they will be validated. No problem.

-- Last edit: 2010-05-31 21:10:04

Gomselmash11

2010-05-31 21:21

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You are kidding me? serious?
Mexican cinema is horrendous and you care much more?
bad decision, it was regrettable that so of you
always against everything, no?
obviously bothered to load cars from Argentina, no? annoying and they always told me never

-- Last edit: 2010-05-31 21:25:19

garco NL

2010-05-31 21:43

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I think we do not understand each other... ;)
I was meaning the quality of the pictures, not quality of the movies.
This is a site for movies, not for documentaries, we list them, if they are really interesting.

b.t.w. I am very interested in south-American cars (including Argentina), and Messi of course... ;)

-- Last edit: 2010-05-31 21:48:47

Gomselmash11

2010-06-01 03:35

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Ok garco, im sorry.
but expressly permitted his IMDB listing documentaries. True, but you know that this is not the first documentary to posting and i have posted several documentaries on my part and I never had said anything.
thanks for the attention.

vilero ES

2010-06-01 19:38

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A documentary with its IMDB link should be listed alwalys. We have listed even TV ads. with link to IMDB. On the contrary documentaries without IMDB link or 'generic' documentaries with no reference to the automobile history or so, it is = meeting cars, should never have taken place in the site but it's too late for that. When I said this, no one paid attention...It seems I wrote in martian language.

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ingo DE

2010-06-01 19:57

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My opinion is, that some documentaries are more intresting for us, as we can find random cars, not only cars, which were taken deliberately for movies. IMHO random-found cars (also background cars in movies) can me more interesting than main actor's cars.

vilero ES

2010-06-01 20:08

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And who determines that documentary is interesting or not? IMDB has always been the rule to follow. If there is IMDB link the contribution should be uploaded. If not, here is the problem. What you can not do is create unfairness (undue disadvantage or discriminatory treatment) among users when you have just uploaded several without IMDB links and some of them are just 'cars-meeting'

garco NL

2010-06-01 20:15

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That not true, we have agreed not to list common background cars in documentaries.
Pitty this is validated... :(

vilero ES

2010-06-01 20:52

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And who will say what is a common vehicle or not will be.... well, you can star deleting some tens of those kind of documentaries. What are doing, then, Ford Focus (18 pages), Escort (44 pages), Sierra (13 pages) here /movie_1004510621-Colin-McRae,-Rally-Legend.html and, btw, a documentary without IMDB link? And this is only an example I see now that have been uploaded today.

Pity you are always so positive and fair

rjluna2 US

2010-06-01 22:37

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You will never know when there be an unusual vehicle pop up that is usually not found in the mainstream movie/TV show. That is what IMCDb is so intersting!

carobserver MX

2010-06-01 23:34

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I guess all the comments must be deleted, it offends to many people here.....

garco NL

2010-06-02 08:13

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I see nothing that offends me, or other users actually... :think:
Just a discussion.

Gomselmash11

2010-06-02 10:03

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Thanks for posting the images, and sorry for the discussion that was put together. I think of myself as the only Argentine user, I try to bring you music videos, movies, documentaries, etc in this country. Regards.

ingo DE

2010-06-02 11:03

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Sorry garco, but I still disagree and agree with rjuna2, too. For me the interest -you can say fascination- about IMCDB ist to recover rare cars somewhere - for me a tiny background Simca 1100/1204 in a 1968-US-movie counts much more than the 2534th 2003 Crown Victoria taxi in any movie, made in Manhattan.

And it's interesting to see the locations from all around the world. Not again and again Hollwood-backlots, the Cobra11-Autobahn-fake or something like that.


P.S. Also in documentations you can find strange stuff. Just last evening I say a reportage about the history of spionage. Funny -but painful, too- were the self-made scenes: the Kim Philby-actor drove an Opel Rekord D and the "CIA-agents", following Aldrich Ames, had a 1998 Skoda Octavia Combi. :lol:

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ingo DE

2010-06-02 11:12

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carobserver wrote I guess all the comments must be deleted, it offends to many people here.....


Sorry, but I disagree, too. This discussion is not for offending anyone, it's about the question, what the members and the contributors want and where IMCDB stands for/is meant for. So a debate of principles.

Gamer DE

2015-12-28 22:30

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ingo wrote Also in documentations you can find strange stuff. Just last evening I say a reportage about the history of spionage. Funny -but painful, too- were the self-made scenes: the Kim Philby-actor drove an Opel Rekord D and the "CIA-agents", following Aldrich Ames, had a 1998 Skoda Octavia Combi. :lol:

Some time ago, I saw a documentary about the Highway of Tears. In a reenacted scene concerning the homicide of Ramona Wilson (June 1994) you could see a 2000-2003 Ford Taurus passing by....


The girl got in a more periodically accurate ninth generation F-150, I think it had tear drop mirrors, so it would have been brand new.

-- Last edit: 2015-12-28 22:30:49

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