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Original title The Tracks of My Tears 2
Form Short
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Saddam Hussein’s palace is looted in Baghdad 2003. A red Ferrari Testarossa disappears from his garage. Years pass by and cars from the same garage are found around the world; some crashed,...

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Josefina Mothander
+46 8 665 12 67
Josefina.mothander@filminstitutet.se

Jing Haase
+46 8 665 11 43
jing.haase@filminstitutet.se

 

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Plot summary

Saddam Hussein’s palace is looted in Baghdad 2003. A red Ferrari Testarossa disappears from his garage. Years pass by and cars from the same garage are found around the world; some crashed, some in mint condition.

The Testarossa is still out there, ghostriding through the neverending desert.

Technical specifications

Length in minutes 14 min


Production location

Egypt

Release dates

Festival showing 2012-01-27 Haga 1 Göteborg Sweden 14 min
2012-01-30 Bergakungen 4 Göteborg Sweden 14 min
2012-02-04 Bergakungen 4 Göteborg Sweden 14 min

Soundtrack listing

Original title Desert Storm # 1 & 2
Performed by Samir Nabil


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The information given here refers to film material in the Swedish Film Institute’s archive. Access to the archive’s stock is given on request, for research, other film archives and rights’ holders.

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