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Head in The Clouds, Movie, 2004 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Die Spiele der Frauen (Germany)
  • Nous ťtions libres (France)

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Gag Halfrunt UK

2007-03-11 22:55

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Quote Filming Locations for
Head in the Clouds (2004)

London, England, UK

England, UK

Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, UK

Montrťal, Quťbec, Canada

Paris, France

http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0338097/locations

sixcyl FR

2007-03-12 12:42

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[Image: nousetionslibresgk8.6426.jpg]


Resistant action against germans trains... pretending to be in France, but it's played in Great Britain looking at the coach wagon on the left (2nd thumbnail)
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train in british countryside
[Image: train1ud7.1303.jpg]

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Gag Halfrunt UK

2007-03-12 13:01

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sixcyl wrote Resistant action against germans trains... pretending to be in France, but it's played in Great Britain looking at the coach wagon on the left (2nd thumbnail)

Yes, it's definitely a British carriage. There are quite a few preserved railways here, so it's probably easier to film historic train scenes than in France.

sixcyl FR

2007-03-12 13:43

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Gag Halfrunt wrote
Yes, it's definitely a British carriage. There are quite a few preserved railways here, so it's probably easier to film historic train scenes than in France.


there are some in France too...though I'm afraid quite less :/ ... by the way, it was certainly easier for UK production to film in England

Sunbar UK

2007-03-12 14:00

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The first engine is a British Railways tank engine 2-6-4 in its livery from the 1950s.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:80101_at_Dovey_Junction.jpg

Gag Halfrunt UK

2007-03-12 14:16

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sixcyl wrote

there are some in France too...though I'm afraid quite less :/ ... by the way, it was certainly easier for UK production to film in England

According to the IMDB, it's a USA/UK/Spain/Canada co-production. Fifteen people are credited as producers of one kind or another. :)

ralphtheparkie EN

2007-03-12 20:14

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Mk. 1 post war coaches, for sure, seen here with same 'prairie' type loco: Link to "images.google.co.uk"

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