[ Login ]


Last completed movie pages

When Women Rule the World; Matt Helm; အတ္တရောင်ပြန်; صراع الأجيال; Shock Value; Bad Boys: Ride or Die; သမ္မတကြီးထံပေးစာ; Un beso en el puerto; MeloDylan; The Fear of Speed; လှည့်ကွက်; Снайпер-2: Тунгус; The 14; Na granici; Jet Fighters Jet Bombers & V-Weapons; (more...)

Un minuto de silencio, Movie, 2005 IMDB

Pictures provided by: Gomselmash11

Display options:

Where to find this title?

Watch or buy this title - Powered by JustWatch

Comments about this movie

See all comments about this movie and its vehicles



2011-08-18 02:04

[Image: 1minutodesilencio.1927.jpg]

Filmed in Tandil, Buenos Aires
[Image: 1qaa.1482.jpg]

VW Caddy 01:08:46
[Image: 010846.4420.jpg]

Renault Express 00:01:39
[Image: 000139w.6999.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2011-08-24 18:00:34

Ingo DE

2011-08-18 12:17

Gomselmash11 wrote Tandil

In Germany the first association is: Link to "src.discounto.de" It's the no-name-ALDI-version of the identical, but much more expensive Link to "www.henkel.de"


2011-08-18 16:27

@ ingo: LOL! :whistle:
But really, this is the origin of the word Tandil:

The name of the city comes from the Mapuche words tan ("falling"), and lil ("rock"). It is probably a reference to the Piedra Movediza ("Moving Stone"), a large boulder which stood seemingly miraculously balanced on the edge of a rocky foothill. The Moving Stone toppled on February 29, 1912, and split into two pieces at the bottom of the hill. Some people thought that tan in fact meant "moving". In order to demonstrate the slight movements of the boulder, it was common practice to place bottles or some other things under its base to see them break. As of May 2007, a replica was set up in the same place where the original stood. Although the replica was made by engineering students, it is cemented in place and does not teeter the way the original did. It is a "moving rock" that does not move.


Add a comment

You must login to post comments...