When James Bond leaves, nothing remains
With a budget of 350 million US-dollars, Spectre is the most expensive James Bond film of all times. One of the most important action scenes was filmed in the small, remote village of Obertilliach in East-Tyrol. Set-Jetting TV visits the locations and shows what’s left of the film sets. Set-Jetting TV accompanies Austria’s last night-watchman, talks to organic farmer Benjamin Schaller at the Alfenalm and documents the manufacturing of woolen products at Villgrater Natur LP. Now that the film crew has long since left, the valley around Obertilliach has returned to peaceful village life.
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|Cast||Hans Jörg Schneider (tourism organisation of East Tyrol)
Helmut Egartner (night-watchman in Obertilliach)
Sepp Lugger (innkeeper of the Unterwöger inn)
Benjamin Schaller (Alfenalm, Innervillgraten)
Josef Schett (Villgrater Natur LP, Innervillgraten)
|Movie||Spectre - James Bond|
|Locations||the “Bond house“, Obertilliach
forest clearing, Obertilliach
Unterwöger inn, Obertilliach
Villgrater Natur LP, Innervillgraten