[REL] Tirlittan (1958)

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[REL] Tirlittan (1958)

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Re: [REQ] Tirlittan (1958)

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https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0121705/
elonet.finna.fi wrote:The children's film, written and directed by Maunu Kurkvaara, is based on Oiva Paloheimo's storybook of the same name. Young Tirlitta (Tarja Airaksinen) gets rid of her family after being struck by lightning in her home. While looking for a new home, he meets a friendly police officer (Heikki Savolainen), a lady with bone light (Sylva Rossi) and a circus director (Sakari Jurkka). Tirlitta ends up in the circus, where her parents (Pehr-Olof Sirén and Tuija Halonen) find her.
Seriously, it only took 5 minutes to put this description with a screen shot together. We appreciate contributions, but it's not fair to make other people do most of the work.
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Re: [REQ] Tirlittan (1958)

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You should watch it. Some very interesting scenes ;)

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Thanks for finding!
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Re: [REQ] Tirlittan (1958)

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ghost wrote:You should watch it. Some very interesting scenes ;)
Indeed. 8-)

Does this come from a blu-ray? Looks like it, but I can't find any mention of an official release.
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Does this come from a blu-ray? Looks like it, but I can't find any mention of an official release.
I really have no idea :(
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Re: [REQ] Tirlittan (1958)

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deadman wrote:
ghost wrote:You should watch it. Some very interesting scenes ;)
Does this come from a blu-ray? Looks like it, but I can't find any mention of an official release.
Elonet is streamin site of our national AV archive. They have rights for about 450 movies which they scan to 4k from the original source (same way they do 4k blurays).
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Re: [REQ] Tirlittan (1958)

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Rumpelstiltskin wrote:
deadman wrote:
ghost wrote:You should watch it. Some very interesting scenes ;)
Does this come from a blu-ray? Looks like it, but I can't find any mention of an official release.
Elonet is streamin site of our national AV archive. They have rights for about 450 movies which they scan to 4k from the original source (same way they do 4k blurays).
Thanks for clearing that up. Do you know how to download the 2160p version from the site, by any chance?
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Do you know how to download the 2160p version from the site, by any chance?
This is the download link:

https://skyfire.vimeocdn.com/1591005774 ... ylist.m3u8

It worked for me with Internet Download Manager.
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Re: [REL] Tirlittan (1958)

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ghost wrote:
Do you know how to download the 2160p version from the site, by any chance?
This is the download link:

https://skyfire.vimeocdn.com/1591005774 ... ylist.m3u8

It worked for me with Internet Download Manager.
Thanks! :D

How did you determine the correct playlist? Just curious. Plenty of streaming sites like this one, and they're getting more clever about preventing direct downloads. What software (in addition to IDM) do you recommend?
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Re: [REL] Tirlittan (1958)

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How did you determine the correct playlist?
That was pretty easy. IDM just saves the urls of downloaded files.
What software (in addition to IDM) do you recommend?
In most cases IDM does the job. You can also use the network tab in your browser (press F12) and filter for m3u.
Very often JDownloader2 is able to catch the video files.

The best software ever for downloading video files is TubeDigger ( https://www.tubedigger.com/ ). It can also handle HLS protected videos.
It's not for free, but it's worth the few bugs. ;)
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