Trollhättan

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GKN Aerospace (previously known as Volvo Aero) and its contractual suppliers. As with parallel locations elsewhere in Europe, much of its production has moved from heavy industry to professional services (third sector) and the creation of intellectual property. As of 2011 Trollhättan hosts a film production complex known as Trollywood; movies shot there include ''Show Me Love (Show Me Love (film))'' (''Fucking Åmål''), ''Dancer in the Dark'', '' Melancholia_(2011_film

) Melancholia '', and ''Dogville''. The movie studio Film i Väst centered here produces about half of the Swedish feature-length films. Sports One match, Sweden (Sweden national bandy team)-Finland (Finland national bandy team), at the Bandy World Championship 2013 for men's teams will be played in Slättbergshallen.

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or 0.65%, although it wasn't enough to enter the municipal assembly (Municipal assembly (Sweden)). Still, 2006 was their best election year in the party's history. Development The filming began in Trollhättan and Gothenburg October 27, 1999 and ended December 20, 1999. The artist Carl Johan De Geer created the film's contemporary environments. As Moodysson recalls, filming took "something like 40 days" to finish in total. Outdoor scenes set in the former Soviet Union were shot in Paldiski, Estonia, a former nuclear submarine training centre for the Soviet Navy. Swedish exteriors were filmed in Malmö and studio scenes in Trollhättan.


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Diana date 2011-02-13 url http: www.variety.com article VR1118032139?refCatId 13 title Magnolia takes 'Melancholia' work Variety (Variety (magazine)) accessdate 2011-02-13 The film was in competition at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival. "Svenska Aeroplan AB ( aktiebolag


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Svenska Dagbladet accessdate 2011-08-29 right thumb 200px Interior of the 2006 Saab 9-7X showing the Saab-style dashboard, cupholder, and ignition key location (Image:2006 Saab 9-7X interior.jpg) The '''Saab 9-7X''' was a Saab (Saab Automobile)-branded (Brand name) mid-size sport utility vehicle (SUV) based on General Motors' GMT360 platform, which also included the GMC Envoy, Buick Rainier

, Sveg, Brunflo, Östersund, Strömsund, Dorotea, Vilhelmina, Storuman, Sorsele, Arvidsjaur, Jokkmokk, Gällivare, Svappavaara, and Vittangi. TTELA had a unique coverage of the Saab deal, starting with GM's decision to discontinue the factory in Trollhättan, as well as the whole brand Saab, and continuing up to date, with the broken Hawtai deal. Due to the tabloid centering around Trollhättan, where Saab is manufactured

, and Vänersborg, the newspaper has followed the story continuously, and grown famous in Saab circuits. TTELA had a unique coverage of the Saab deal, starting with GM's decision to discontinue the factory in Trollhättan, as well as the whole brand Saab, and continuing up to date, with the broken Hawtai deal. Due to the tabloid centering around Trollhättan, where Saab is manufactured, and Vänersborg, the newspaper has followed the story continuously, and grown famous


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. Models A common feature of Saab car types was the use of the number ''9'' in the model numbers. The final models were the 9-3 (Saab 9-3) and 9-5 (Saab 9-5), both of which were manufactured in Trollhättan, Sweden. Until 2008, the 9-7X (Saab 9-7X) was manufactured by GM along with the Chevrolet Trailblazer and its platform-mates. The exception to this naming rule is the Saab-Lancia 600


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Electric LM1600 engine, and the DR990, which Volvo bought the OEM responsibility from Dresser Rand. The Ecotec Family II is a DOHC 4-valve (multivalve) design with an aluminum block and head (L850 for 86 mm bore applications, and L880 for 88 mm bore), designed for displacements from 1.8 to 2.4 L. It was developed by an international team of engineers and technicians from Opel's ''International Technical Development Center'' in Rüsselsheim


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lukas_moodysson_lilja_4_ever_interview.shtml title Lukas Moodysson Interview last Michael first David date 2003-03-28 work BBC Online accessdate 2009-11-29 One of the interpreters was Alexandra Dahlström, the star from Moodysson's debut feature ''Show Me Love (Show Me Love (film))''. Dahlström, whose mother is Russian, also served as assistant director, which the producers held as an advantage since she was the same age as the title character. Filming took place during 4


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Trollhättan Falls The name Trollhättan is translated as "troll's bonnet (Bonnet (headgear))". The latter part "''hätta''" could also mean mountain top. Other former names of the site are ''Eiðar'' and ''Stora Edet''; the latter lives on in the name of the south-bordering municipality of Lilla Edet. Industries Trollhättan houses the former main production plant and headquarters of Saab Automobile. It also has a number of industrial facilities, headed by GKN


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) Melancholia '', and ''Dogville''. The movie studio Film i Väst centered here produces about half of the Swedish feature-length films. Sports One match, Sweden (Sweden national bandy team)-Finland (Finland national bandy team), at the Bandy World Championship 2013 for men's teams will be played in Slättbergshallen.

Trollhättan

'''Trollhättan''' ( ) is a city (Cities of Sweden) and the seat of Trollhättan Municipality, Västra Götaland County, Sweden, with 46,457 inhabitants in 2010. It is located 75 km north of Sweden's second-largest city, Gothenburg.

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