Maine-Océan

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Maine-Océan movie poster.

Movie (1986)

Starring:
Rosa-Maria Gomes (Dejanira)
Luis Rego (Inspector Lucien Pontoiseau)
Bernard Menez (Inspector Le Gallec)
Lydia Feld (Lawyer Mimi De Saint Marc)
Yves Afonso (Petitgas Marcel)
Pedro Armendáriz Jr. (Pedro De La Moccorra)

"Maine-Ocean" is the name of a train that rides from Paris to Saint-Nazaire (near the ocean). In that train, Dejanira, a Brazilian, has a brush with the two ticket inspectors. Mimi, another traveler and also a lawyer, helps her. The four of them will meet together later and live a few shifted adventures with a strange-speaking sailor (Mimi's client).

Beechcraft E90 King Air

Registration F-BXSN, c/n LW-175 built in 1976.
Leaving Île d'Yeu (Vendée) Aerodrome (IDY/LFEY).

Reg. F-BXSN Beechcraft E90 King Air.
Reg. F-BXSN Beechcraft E90 King Air.
Reg. F-BXSN Beechcraft E90 King Air.


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