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Offline Starla

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Does this movie ring a bell with anyone?
« on: March 13, 2017, 09:00:34 AM »
I used to have a clip from a German (?) movie that has a sequence in which a young boy is fleeing someone or something at a festival which has some sort of bridal fair/fashion shoot going on. He disguises himself in one of the wedding dresses and tries to "hide in plain sight" amongst other bridal models. He eventually has to flee, and there are scenes of him running along an old stone bridge/walkway in the dress, ending up in an old abandoned castle or some such structure.

These are vague memories of a long-lost clip that I may have even first learned of on this board a few years ago. (Couldn't find any reference to it in a site search, though.) If it rings a bell with anyone, please post the title. Thank you!


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Re: Does this movie ring a bell with anyone?
« Reply #1 on: March 13, 2017, 01:21:52 PM »
Hi Starla, the storyline does seem familiar and I have always watched foreign films quite a bit but I just can't seem to remember it. There was one German film about a boy dressing as a girl to avoid joining the youth army and finally getting discovered near the end but that is not the one you refer to. I believe there are some pics from the one I mentioned in one of Betty's galleries and I know I have them on a disc somewhere but it was only one or two pics that were not too clear. I will try to think of the one you are looking for though.


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Re: Does this movie ring a bell with anyone?
« Reply #2 on: March 13, 2017, 05:58:14 PM »
It vaguely sounds like a few discussed or I may have had a few years ago. I have a few images or pictures in my head, that may be in our galleries, but can't pin a name or details to them.

Here's the complete crossdressing database of movies & media:
http://www.tmapps.net/titles/titles_movies.html
There's no other list more complete out there.

Everything on tape, (VHS, Beta, & data tape), & CDs I had was lost in the fire. Only stuff that was already transferred to hard drives, DVDs, or I already bought on DVD survived. It turns out even CDs, data CDs, & VCDs do not survive much heat, abuse, or getting wet for a prolonged period of time. But it turns out DVDs & hard drives can take quite a bit of extremes & still be able to salvage data off of them.

I started transferring video, images, & data from tape & drives onto CDs & VCDs because it was recommended as the best way for long-term storage at the time before burnable DVDs & very large hard drives existed. Sadly, as burnable DVDs & larger hard drives became available, I didn't bother transferring things to them that were already saved on CDs, because I thought they would last.

It was only after the fire, that I discovered that the stuff that survived was on DVDs & good quality Western Digital drives. All the CDs, even ones not exposed to heat were ruined because the reflective baking pealed off or got pitted with long exposure to ordinary water. On DVDs, & front & the backing are sealed in clear durable plastic. It even takes a remarkable amount of heat to warp & bend them.

Hard drive platters are sealed air tight. So as long as the exposed circuitry is cleaned out, & thoroughly dried, they will run. Mechanical drives are designed to get pretty hot, but you want to run them as cool as possible so they last a lot longer.

10 years later, now that I depend on used or broken equipment that I have to restore. WD drives & DVDs still hold the data better & longer than anything else. Other brands of drives show wear & defects at 4,000-12,000 hours, where most WD drives show in still perfect condition with over 40,000 hours on them.

And those SSDs are a joke... don't rely on any data on them. Data or pieces of it can turn up missing for no reason even though the SSD checks out as still functioning normally. And malware, a virus, poorly written program, a little static electricity, heat, or a power surge could kill an SSD permanently in seconds to minutes. Many times an SSD will die & loose everything without any previous warning. They maybe OK for a boot drive, put your OS on, & maybe some programs for a fast startup, but don't keep anything on them you can't afford to loose. That includes your phone or "thin" tablet with no mechanical drive in them -- they use SSDs too, or something like a cheap flash drive inside.

Tests claiming SSDs last 100,000 to a million hours or writes, are flawed. They're done by writing countless ones & zeros or random data under almost perfect conditions, until the drive shows bad clusters or dies to determine their life expectancy. That's not a "real world" test. They don't write usable real data in those tests, & test each time if the data survived completely intact, without being corrupted. SSDs lose data all the time, then uses programs to auto-correct/repair the errors, but those programs loose data or can corrupt too. So bits turn up missing, or a failed & corrupted program goes haywire, & destroys the SSD or some of the data.

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Re: Does this movie ring a bell with anyone?
« Reply #3 on: March 13, 2017, 08:28:11 PM »
Was it black & white or color? Did it appear to be made in the 1960s or earlier, or something make this century? Was it comedy, drama, or a musical?

Here's some guesses,

Lena: My 100 Children

The Mudge Boy

Vnimanie, Cherepakha!

Makar-Sledopyt

Dziewczyna I Chlopak

Email An Gott

Flight Of The Doves

The Dybbuck


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Re: Does this movie ring a bell with anyone?
« Reply #4 on: March 14, 2017, 06:27:40 AM »
Was it black & white or color? Did it appear to be made in the 1960s or earlier, or something make this century? Was it comedy, drama, or a musical?

Seemed to be made quite recently, certainly this century. Kind of a drama/action/fantasy thing with the kids being the main protagonists - it was probably aimed at a younger mar


 

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