Two Girls Revisit Famous Film Locations

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A couple of roving film fangirls have recreated some of their favorite TV and movie moments by traveling to the exact locations and capturing them using their iPad. Tiia Öhman and Satu Walden have travelled thousands of miles across North America and Ireland to recapture the magic of their best loved scenes. However, instead of featuring their movie heroes, the pair, from Cardiff, have replaced them with an iPad or a phone screen displaying the action.

Here: A scene from the film 12 Years A Slave, and its location in real life Felicity Plantation, New Orleans, Louisiana.

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A scene from the film Bullitt, and its location in real life Corner of Clay & Taylor, San Francisco, California.
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A scene from the TV show Supernatural, and its location in real life Community Hall, Fort Langley, Virginia.

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A scene from the TV show Dallas, and its location in real life Southfork Ranch, Dallas, Texas.

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A scene from the film Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark, and its location in real life City Hall, San Francisco, California.

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A scene from the film Now You See Me, and its location in real life the French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana.

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A scene from the TV show Game of Thrones, and its location in real life Inch Abbey, Downpatrick, Northern Ireland.

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A scene from the film The Hangover, and its location in real life Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada.

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A scene from the film Die Hard With A Vengeance, and its location in real life 72nd Street Subway, New York.

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A scene from the film Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, and its location in real life Red Rock Canyon, Las Vegas, Nevada.

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A scene from the film Pulp Fiction, and its location in real life A & R Auto Dismantlers, Los Angeles, California.

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A scene from the TV show Breaking Bad, and its location in real life Albuquerque Petroleum Building, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

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A scene from the film K-pax, and its location in real life Grand Central Terminal, New York.

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A scene from the TV show Frasier, and its location in real life Pike Place Market, Seattle, Washington.

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A scene from the film 21, and its location in real life Riviera Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada.

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