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Quarantined, Movie made for TV, 1970 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • House on the Hill
  • Cuarentena (Spain)

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s13a RU

2020-04-30 01:07

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Country: USA
Genre: Drama

Director: Leo Penn
Starring: Gary Collins, John Dehner, Susan Howard and others.

s13a RU

2020-04-30 01:07

Distant blurries:
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Baube QC

2020-04-30 01:15

hope we'll see the end credits of the current one really soon...

s13a RU

2020-04-30 01:23

It may sound strange, but I've gotten used to it already :)

Baube QC

2020-04-30 01:38

well... with internet and a bunch of video games.. ;)

but missing hockey and car shows... :mad:

-- Last edit: 2020-04-30 01:39:23

train68 US

2020-04-30 04:53

Baube wrote well... with internet and a bunch of video games.. ;)

but missing hockey and car shows... :mad:

I know that feeling.

AnimatronixX DE

2020-04-30 14:47

s13a wrote It may sound strange, but I've gotten used to it already :)


Doesn't sound strange at all to me. :) But that's probably because my regular life is surprisingly virus-compatible. I hardly ever meet other humans, don't touch them anyway, wash my hands all day long, usually wear gloves and sometimes face masks... the list goes on. Less work is a major issue, but also results in some extra time -> my hearse has improved quite a lot since March.

To everyone struggling out there: Please try not to despair and keep your spirits up as good as you can. A bit of time management and plans to actually do stuff every day and carry them out helps a lot. Get dressed every day like you're about to leave the house - that does so much for your mental state. Phone or Skype people you haven't talked to in a while (if you miss people, that is), maybe try to fix an old argument with someone you still keep thinking of, despite everything that happened before.

[Feel free to ignore my post or find it weird - even if it inspires and helps making a single person feel a bit better: mission complete!]

s13a RU

2020-04-30 15:03

Nothing weird at all about your post. It's important to keep the spirits high, even here :)

karoomay SY

2020-05-01 14:47

For someone like me who's quite an introvert, I've handled the quarantine life quite well so far.

johnfromstaffs EN

2020-05-01 16:16

You may have spotted that I am not an introvert, and now that I am over seventy and have no responsibilities to, and nothing to prove to, anyone, I am totally insufferable and don’t give a toss.

Lockdown is boring and I find the restriction tedious, but then again, I’ve been in boring situations before.

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