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My God, I'm from Czech Republic! Not produce any Bollywood films! Even in Poland, or elsewhere in the EU not! Not to be confused "instead of shooting" with the production! This film, as I read, was filmed in Chechnya. This is such a territory in the Caucasus. Not in the Czechia! There is clearly written: Country: India Langue: Hindu! - [[1]] And if not enough wikipedia, look in imdb - [[2]] Country: Indie Languee: Hindu --Pandolfini 02:43, 6 May 2012 (CDT)

Let me give you an example. The Viral Factor is a Hong Kong-made movie, but it's been produced in Malaysia, Singapore and Jordan. Hong Kong movies uses Cantonese and yet the main stars don't totally use Cantonese since they speak English at a few instances. It's not much different anyway. Besides, this movie's director is from India, but he chose to have the movie filmed in other places including the Czech Republic. A lot of movies produced in America for instance were filmed in the Philippines and the country doesn't use English as a primary language. Don't use language as a main determinant of the category postings. Ominae 02:54, 6 May 2012 (CDT)
I think it's been said that the categories only apply to the primary filming location, not to every "on-location" shoot that was part of the production. This is to keep the categories as identifying where a film was made; they become useless if every last location shot is included. Evil Tim 03:00, 6 May 2012 (CDT)
Well these places are the primary places of the movie's filming location and I can confirm that. I apologize if it looks like that it's a lot. Ominae 03:01, 6 May 2012 (CDT)

We span many James Bond films, but neither is a Czech film, for heaven's sake! Czech film is a Czech film, and Indian is Indian. Bollywood is a separate category. We did not create them like that and never create this "movie". And as I write - not to be confused with Chechnya, dammit! It offends us, and Poles, that kind of movie. This movie is against our national traditions. It's a Czech film Tobruk writting to to Libyii because they filmed it there! Wake up. Drive is by what it says on imdb--Pandolfini 03:03, 6 May 2012 (CDT)

Please refer to this forum topic for guidance. --Funkychinaman 03:06, 6 May 2012 (CDT)

Exactly! Bolywood is a separate category, just like Steven Spielberg's movies! Production is not instead of shooting!! Damn it!--Pandolfini 03:07, 6 May 2012 (CDT)

I'll go and make the changes since there are German/Moroccan production companies listed officially in the credits. Ominae 03:10, 6 May 2012 (CDT)

Please do it then yes - provided the company of productive movie is from this land. But Barrandov, or other Czech or Polish or French production company Gaumont are not there, so you can not write as a co-production. I said, staring as the spring, when I saw the title as Czech films :)--Pandolfini 03:15, 6 May 2012 (CDT)

Geez, if you were only a bit clearer, you almost sounded... racist. Ominae 03:16, 6 May 2012 (CDT)

No, no - i´m like India. Problem is other. On one occasion I'm found elsewhere a movie with Gene Hackamnem, who stated that the Slovak production! I viewed on this and found that it is an American film, shot partly in Slovenia and Croatia and taking place in Serbia! But nothing in common with Slovakia :)--Pandolfini 03:21, 6 May 2012 (CDT)

That is an ERROR. People were making mistakes in listing filming locations as the same as the country of origin. We are trying to fix that across IMFDB now. Thanks. MoviePropMaster2008 03:23, 6 May 2012 (CDT)

YOu guys are right. the production company who made the film is GERMAN, so it is a German production. I find it interesting that a GERMAN film company is making an Indian movie with Hindi as the main language and casting nearly all Indian actors. I've seen Non-American production companies make films with American stars and have the primary language as American English in an attempt to crack the American Film market. It is interesting that a German Production company seems to be trying to crack the Indian Movie market. MoviePropMaster2008 03:22, 6 May 2012 (CDT)

Well I know the Indian production team wanted to make a good action movie that South Asians will like. Considering some of the other movies I've seen in the past. Ominae 03:24, 6 May 2012 (CDT)

I have not seen the film and I think that might be good. I like Bollywood style. Maybe as movie with Marisa Tomei and Jimi Mistry - Guru I have at home for the music and costumes. The story is of course rather hollywood :) It's a beautiful sight. But you can not mix Czech and Indian film - it's not racism, it is more about mixing apples and oranges.--Pandolfini 03:31, 6 May 2012 (CDT)


Is this out on video? --Funkychinaman 02:10, 11 June 2012 (CDT)

  • Yes it's out on DVD in South Asia. The reason I didn't add more screenshots is due to the distributor's watermarkings, which is done to combat piracy in the region. Ominae

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