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It's an actual place.
Yeah I saw that but still doesn't clarify anything.
It's in the same region as Gravina and Matera.
BTW, the people you DM'd your spoiler too, did they think meh or wow?
It’s just a made up name referring to the Basilicata region. There are no towns literally called Civita Lucana. Civita in Latin means both citizenship and small town, while Lucana refers to the ancient name of the Basilicata region.
Some said 'interesting', others 'not big of a deal'
It's no plot spoiler, that's the important part I guess.
Ok, thanks Matt. I actually knew the double meaning of Civita, but then I got nowhere.
Would u mind sending to me too? Much appreciated.
"I have heard that they will be shooting yet another sequence in central London at the end of the month, so we will definitely have more fun"
Grain of salt...
I read that in the evening sign "Civita Lucana" was removed. Probably shooting at train station is finished and today they will film elsewhere.
Would you mind sending it to me too?
That would be met with an audible groan methinks
Meanwhile, Panchito is secretly working on Bonds 26 & 27 and has already shot the PTS with Lashana. Twice.
So i'm bowing out of this thread as I still have a very open mind, and don't know much at all about NTTD, I want to keep it that way and be surprised.
Shockingly nonsensical, yes.
That would feel like a spoof if that happened.
Not that it matters but I saw Lucana written all over Matera. Via Lucana is a road there and plenty of restaurants have it in their name. Trattoria Lucana is where Mel Gibson visited most nights when filming The Passion of the Christ. They've named a pasta dish after him!
On a side note, places there are already on the Bond band wagon. One bar had NTTD cocktails including Paloma and Nomi drinks.
Another forum topic? Twitter from crew? Anything just aint after a day,
The filming locations aren't generally put up on a bulletin board for all to see.
Though we do have some very smart and astute forum members, that are often on top of the situation.
15 hours by car? From where?
Before opening a new topic, please be sure to search that it is not an existing topic first. Many thanks,