I watched _Troll Hunter_ last evening (hint: don't enable English audio... just English subtitles!). Obviously, a "found footage" film. But, how much of it was intended to be tongue-in-cheek vs. addressing a (Norwegian/Scandinavian) cultural issue -- "trolls"? Sunlight? "The blood of a Christian"? etc.[I am at a loss to suggest a possible parallel for US culture]
Also, the markings on the roads:
It *seemed* like cars "drive on the right" (though many of the roads may have been single lane?). What's a dashed white line on the *right* edge of the roadway intended to mean? I.e., between the traffic lane and the *shoulder*!
Similarly, a dashed yellow double line between lanes (here, yellow would signify a division between traffic moving in different directions; dashed signifying passing is allowed)... *BUT*, the dashes on one side were longer than the other! Is this just "normal variation" in the painting process (perhaps the lines were laid down at different times)? Or, is there some other significance (hard to imagine as making a U-turn on that roadway would confer some different set of privileges/restrictions based on the fact that the dashes on *your* side were now longer/shorter than previously).
Of course, these are just things that tickle my "curiosity"... :>