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Atonement, Movie, 2007 IMDB

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Gag Halfrunt UK

2008-01-16 23:01

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Filmed in London and elsewhere in England (too many locations to mention here).
http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0783233/locations

The Dunkerque scenes were filmed in Grimsby (according to the location list) or Redcar (according to the trivia page).
http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0783233/trivia

-- Last edit: 2008-01-16 23:05:27

2491tj EN

2008-01-17 00:17

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Gag Halfrunt wrote Filmed in London and elsewhere in England (too many locations to mention here).
http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0783233/locations

The Dunkerque scenes were filmed in Grimsby (according to the location list) or Redcar (according to the trivia page).
http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0783233/trivia

Dunkirk "street" scenes were filmed in grimsby...the "beach" scenes were filmed at Redcar..extras were paid £50 per day for appearing.

badlymad CA

2008-01-17 02:46

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Film was quite good, I was particularly impressed with the lengthy tracking shot at the Dunkirk beach scene.

Keira Knightley :love:
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Some far away/unidentifiable vehicles:

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Also an anachronism- a four engined Short Stirling in 1935, which didn't start flying until 1938:
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sixcyl FR

2008-01-17 05:25

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badlymad wrote Film was quite good, I was particularly impressed with the lengthy tracking shot at the Dunkirk beach scene.


You could watch this one too. Quite impressive .... :)
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-- Last edit: 2008-01-17 05:26:06

carchasesfanatic ES

2008-01-17 18:56

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Dont quote the thumbnails again.

antp BE

2008-01-17 20:21

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I removed useless thumbnails from the quote...

Alexander DE

2008-01-18 01:26

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badlymad wrote [Image: planeqw6.6873.jpg]

It actually is, I am quite sure, an Avro Lancester (maiden flight 1941, introduced 1942).
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The Short Stirling (maiden flight 1939, introduced 1941) has differently shaped wings and shorter engine bays, the Handley Page Halifax (maiden flight 1939, introduced 1940) has a longer nose.
An anachronism all the same. In 1935 there were no four-engined planes active in Britain, civil or military, except biplanes and seaplanes.


The ambulance in above small images is an Austin K2/Y 2 ton 4x2 Heavy Ambulance (1939-45).

carchasesfanatic ES

2008-01-22 19:13

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Yes i know but you quoted unnecesary comments rather than the three you were talking about, that's why.

garco NL

2008-02-25 22:37

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@Wickey: I saw a Volvo 440 Estate today... :king:

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krus EN

2008-04-30 11:51

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2491tj wrote thumbnail pic 1...original 6x4 Morris Commercial tractor, fitted with fake crane gear...40mm Bofors gun...thumbnail pic 2...fake WW1 truck..Bedford OY...see my explanation in the Made for movie morris commercial section.


The 6x4 Morris commercials used in atonement were original. there were 3 in total,the crane was original and not a prop.

Also 16 fake M/C 15cwt trucks were built. 9 were built near Carlisle and 7 in Southampton.
the name of the guys who built them are on the film credits under vehicle constuction.
6 Trucks survived the filming the rest were destroyed as they were badly burned.

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