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Tayny madam Vong, Movie, 1986 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Secrets of Madame Wong
  • Tajemnice madam Wong (Poland)

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Gag Halfrunt UK

2012-12-09 11:59

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Soviet film with location filming in Hong Kong, but some scenes were faked somewhere else - note the FSO, the Nysa and various other LHD cars.

-- Last edit: 2012-12-09 12:14:15

ingo DE

2012-12-09 12:16

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I'd say, these scenes were made in the Baltic republics, due the known -and already listed in annother movies- Ford Taunus and Consul Coupé.

Vulpes RU

2012-12-09 12:52

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Vulpes RU

2012-12-09 13:01

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Why deletion this red hatchback?
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ingo DE

2012-12-09 13:01

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The red Hatchback is a Datsun Stanza.

3loader RU

2012-12-09 20:31

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I don't think it was filmed in Baltic region. A lot of palms make me think about Abkhazia or maybe even Cuba.

Vulpes RU

2012-12-09 22:02

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Filmed by Kazakhfilm studio.

ingo DE

2012-12-09 22:04

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@3loader: I don't think Cuba, because none Cuba-typical cars at all.

3loader RU

2012-12-09 22:30

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I don't think either, thats its Cuba, but in TASS ... or Zaveshchaniye... wasn't many typical cars too.

-- Last edit: 2012-12-09 22:31:14

Gag Halfrunt UK

2012-12-09 23:27

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Some of the buildings look very Russian - Tsarist classical architecture and vernacular wooden buildings:
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Are there buildings like that in Kazakhstan?

Nightrider RU

2012-12-10 21:28

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Gag Halfrunt wrote

Are there buildings like that in Kazakhstan?


Kazakhstan was part of Russian Empire too...

3loader RU

2012-12-10 21:50

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Да Гаг, наверное, в курсе. Вопрос в том есть ли там такие здания? Может в давно обжитых казацких городах типа Оренбурга или Уральска, такие и есть... Но вот пальмы меня смущают.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2012-12-10 22:32

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@3loader: I don't speak Russian. :(

3loader RU

2012-12-10 22:38

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I just said you probably know, that modern Kazakhstan belongs to Russian Empire and thats what you talked about. Well i just don't know much about cities there, i was born in other part of KZ, there was not Tsarist buildings, and no palms for sure.

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