Movies about postcrossing

Hi guys,
does anyone happen to know any movies about postcrossing (or where one of the characters is a postcrosser) or something really close to the topic? :slight_smile:

Postcards from the Edge https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Postcards_from_the_Edge_(film)

The Postman Always Rings Twice https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Postman_Always_Rings_Twice_(1981_film)

You’ve Got Mail https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/You’ve_Got_Mail

The Postcard Killings https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Postcard_Killings

Letterbox https://www.imdb.com/title/tt3502022/

The Round Robin Movie https://www.imdb.com/title/tt6220632/

Tag https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tag_(2018_film)

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Those are movies that mention Postcrossing or just postcards in general?

I’ve actually seen Tag, and it’s nothing to do with Postcrossing or mail - it’s about a real life game of tag.

I think many people have seen You Got Mail, and since this is about online chatrooms and email relationships, I also don’t see it in this category?

Couldn’t find anything about the Round Robin Movie, but the movie poster on imdb suggests it’s about partying rather than exchanging postcards…

I watched You’ve Got Mail and Tag.
You’ve Got Mail was produced before Paulo created Postcrossing.
And I don’t remember at all that Postcrossing or even postcard was mentioned in Tag movie.

Well, it was a light-hearted response to what I assumed was a light-hearted question, which says “…or something really close to the topic”.

So sorry if I’m too flippant! :upside_down_face:

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A recent Postcrossing blog:

:rofl:

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Going back to the original question:

If Postcrossing :tm: had been in a movie, then we’d all know about it, because they’d have had to seek Paulo & Ana’s permission, and it would have been all over the blog on main website, and here, methinks. :laughing:

Postman’s Knock

A rare British comedy film about a super efficient postman and how his diligence got him in trouble

No Postcrossing but plenty of postal stuff to look at

I have yet to see The Postcard Killings but I read that it does focus on postcards albeit ones you probably don’t want…

I think that ‘Going postal’ is pretty much the movie about the spirit of postcrossing.

Especially the advertising Moist’s speech:

  • Can you seal it with a loving kiss? can you cry tears onto a clacks, can you smell it, can you enclose a pressed flower? A letter is more than just a message.

And all the stuff with post being ineffective and its competition with internet (clacks)

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An Honorable Mention to the movie Charade with Audrey Hepburn and Cary Grant. Spoiler alert: The missing fortune is invested in an expensive and rare postage stamp! I found myself wishing Alfred Hitchcock had lingered a bit longer on all the stamps both at the open air market and at the stamp collector’s desk.