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Film Your Own Personal BlockbusterArctic Circle, Finland

A comet is about to strike Finland and will wipe out humankind. But you know how to stop it. Be the hero in your very own movie with The Hollywood Experience and create the ultimate travelogue of your Nordic adventures. High-end Finnish tour company Luxury Action has teamed up with Studio Jones to offer film-lovers the chance to star in a personal blockbuster.

Car chase? Can do. Journey to Narnia? Check. Sole survivor of a zombie apocalypse? Tick. Share your action dreams with the team and they’ll twist and tweak a storyboard to your liking. Once the narrative is complete, zip to location and work your magic in front of the camera. The catch? Holidaying like a movie star requires an income to match – the cost of scriptwriting alone starts at about US$11,500. That’s before the camera even starts rolling.

Now’s the time to get chummy with your obscenely rich elderly aunt or uncle – you know, the one who lives in that old mansion on the hill. You’ll only need to ask for, say, a couple of hundred grand to cover all the costs…

Filming the stunt-packed action sequences is sure to increase the heart rate somewhat.

Luxury Action
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