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Det nya landet, Movie made for TV, 2000 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • The New Country
  • Un nuevo país (Colombia)
  • Das neue Land (Germany)
  • Det nye land (Denmark)
  • Uusi maa (Finland)
  • Un pays idéal (France)
  • Nea patrida (Greece)

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atom SE

2008-01-10 02:52

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This is a TV-Series but I watch the 2 hour movie version.

-- Last edit: 2008-01-10 02:58:27

atom SE

2008-01-10 02:53

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A pig with tatoos and piercings.

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Lousie (main charachter) also got a tatoo but wasn't to happy about it...

atom SE

2008-01-10 02:56

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First pic is a really dark 240, second pic is a Stiga lawnmower, third pic is somekinda motorized wheelbarrow with seats from a 240.

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A junkyard, anything interesting?

Ingo DE

2008-01-10 19:39

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atom wrote
A junkyard, anything interesting?


No, unfortunately too new cars, that it could be interesting. To new for a Swedish junkyard :(

@atom: you should be happy to live in the country in Europe, where the most interesting junkyards are existing. In Central Europe nearly all of these nice, old junkyards were closed during the 90ies.

atom SE

2008-01-10 20:06

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There is one here close to were I live that holds some amazons, PVs, SAAB 96s, 60-70's opels and such. Me and a friend visit that junkyard regulary. Best part is that you could go in and look at the cars by you're self, most junkyards nowdays holds big storagehouses.

Ingo DE

2008-01-10 20:17

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Forget the big storagehosues, these are just recycling-companies, not real, classic junkyards.

It would be great, if you could do me a favour: if there is any K 70 over there, please let me know. A picture and the chassis-number (a friends collects them) would be great. And perhaps some parts would be interesting. In Sweden a lot of extras had to be mounted regularly in the cars.

atom SE

2008-01-10 20:43

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I will bring my camera next time but I'm pretty sure there isn't any K 70's in that junkyard.

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