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  1. Dans ce film fantastique avec Brad Pitt et Cate Blanchet, un homme vieillit à l'envers, rajeunissant au fur et à mesure qu'il prend de l'âge. Le film a été tourné à Montréal. J'ai extrait cette photo de la bande annonce. Je crois qu'il s'agit d'une scène se déroulant dans un pays d'Europe de l'Est dans les années 30/40. Comme vous pouvez le constater, le plan montre la rue de la Commune, direction Ouest. On peut voir la Chapelle Notre-Dame de Bonsecours à droite. Le dôme du marché Bonsecours a été remplacé par une église orthodoxe. Vive la magie du cinéma! Vous pouvez voir la bande annonce co
  2. I have noticed in the past months in this forum and many others in SSP/SSC the amount of rants about ugly suburb sprawl and design. These days, Many neighborhood planners just build and go. Sure they might build a park here and there, but nothing that might add uniqueness to a city or town. Personally i had the chance to live in Calgary and I once visited a neighborhood called McKenzie Towne which is by far i think one of the best examples as to how i would develop suburbs in Canada. All the amenities in the central area with beautifully constructed houses on the outside with great parks, foun
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