Where was Tenet filmed
Tenet was filmed in Tallinn (Estonia), Oslo (Norway), London(United Kingdom), California (United States of America).
Scene where The Protagonist tries to catch up with Kat who just left the restaurant where they met. But he had to deal with some nasty guys in the kitchen first.
Scene was shot (source Movie-locations.com)
GPS: ['51.5152626037598', '-0.157520607113838']
Coachella Valley Preserve
Scene where ** spoiler alert ** The team tries to prevent that Andre Sator’s plan is being executed.
Scene was shot Coachella Valley is part of the Colorado Desert of Southern California's Riverside County. The Valley is best known as the location of several wintertime resort cities, especially Palm Springs.
GPS: ['33.8377494812012', '-116.311744689941']
Tallinn train tracks
Scene where ** spoiler alert ** The Protagonist is caught. His enemies try to interrogate him on the tracks.
Scene was shot The tracks are part of Pelgulinn, a subdistrict of Põhja-Tallinn in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. It is located about two kilometer northwest from the city centre. When you take a good look at the scene, you can see the buildings on Telliskivi in the background.
GPS: ['59.4426651000977', '24.7227954864502']
Olav Selvaags plass
Scene where ** spoiler alert ** Neil and The Protagonist discuss the way they can get into the art depot. Neil has an idea, but it is a bit dramatic!
Scene was shot Olav Selvaag's place is a place in Oslo , which was opened in 2007. It was named after Olav Selvaag (1912–2002), who was a civil engineer and building contractor and has been of great importance for housing development in Oslo in the post-war period. A sculpture with a full-length portrait bust of him stands in place.
GPS: ['59.9080657958984', '10.7222146987915']
Oslo Opera House - Rooftop
Scene where The Protagonist explains Neil what they are up against.
Scene was shot The Oslo Opera House is the home of the Norwegian National Opera and Ballet, and the national opera theatre in Norway. The Opera House was build after a long national debate. A design competition was held and, of the 350 entries received, the judges chose that of the Norwegian architectural firm Snøhetta. Construction started in 2003 and was completed in 2007, ahead of schedule and 52 million dollar under its budget of 760 million dollar. The gala opening on 12 April 2008 was attended by His Majesty King Harald and Queen Margrethe II of Denmark. The roof of the building angles to ground level, creating a large plaza that invites pedestrians to walk up and enjoy the panoramic views of Oslo.
GPS: ['59.9077873229981', '10.7532091140747']
National Liberal Club - Lady Violet Room
Scene where ** spoiler alert ** Kat can not believe what she is seeing when The Protagonist shows her the drawing by Goya.
Scene was shot The National Liberal Club is a London private members' club, open to both men and women. It was established by William Ewart Gladstone in 1882 to provide club facilities for Liberal Party campaigners. The club was designed by architect Alfred Waterhouse. He is best known for the design of London’s Natural History Museum. The National Liberal Club has an elegant style. Waterhouse included Italianate and French Classical Revival elements in his design. The room in which Tenet was filmed was named in honour of Lady Violet Bonham Carter and celebrates the achievements of Liberal women. Violet Bonham Carter (1887 – 1969) was a British politician and diarist. She was the grandmother of actress Helena Bonham Carter.
GPS: ['51.506217956543', '-0.124170735478401']