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New Posting -- Heuer Chronographs in "Ford v Ferrari"

OK, guys . . . I was not quite ready to publish this, but our on-the-ball enthusiasts have forced me to act more quickly than I had planned!!

Here is my posting --

I will update it, and finalize it, during the day today.



: Hello Robert, great post! I too managed to see the movie last
: Saturday and I agree it's great with the caveat that a real
: motor fan might not be pleased with some of its inaccuracies.
: Yet on the whole, focusing on the plot and acting (which is what I
: value most in a film), it is a very nice and enjoyable movie -
: the two and a half hours of its duration almost fly, and Bale's
: performance is really a standout.
: As for the watches, they got them all right and yes great product
: placement from TH, nice shots which yet manage to be discreet
: enough not to be noticed by someone who's not into watches.
: Tschüß,
: Fabrizio

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