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On October 20th, 2001 04:18 am (UTC), mattcallow commented:
was it good? i can't wait to see it...
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On October 20th, 2001 10:03 am (UTC), nomi replied:
It doesn't come out here until November 2nd, but I've been waiting to see it for months.. I am excited to see it. :)
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On October 20th, 2001 04:37 am (UTC), alicemac commented:
Wow cool picture. I hope it will be in Dutch cinemas :-) It's weird that you can see in a split second that a picture is a still of a film or not.
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On October 20th, 2001 10:11 am (UTC), nomi replied:
According to imdb it will be released in the Netherlands on 6 December. That surprises me since most places in Europe have played it in cinemas before the US. It looks like Italy don't get to see it until February!

Yes, the visuals look very rich. I loved Delicatessen and City of Lost Children, two reasons why I'm looking forward to it so much.
On October 20th, 2001 11:25 am (UTC), alicemac replied:
Thanks :-) We've got a pretty good filmhouse here, so I bet they'll show it.
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On October 20th, 2001 10:15 am (UTC), nomi replied:
I only saw two film festival release dates in Canada that have already come and gone,
but no general cinema release. :( That surprises me.
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On October 20th, 2001 08:45 am (UTC), pry commented:
They featured this on Film 2001 and it looked amazing. I should go see it as it's in our cinemas at the moment. Deffinatly the "Run Lola Run" of 2001.

Bjorks new video is out too at her site.
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On October 20th, 2001 10:19 am (UTC), nomi replied:
I've heard nothing but good things about it from my European friends. And it's already made #89 in the top #250 movies on imdb.

Yes, I saw the Hidden Place video and downloaded Pagan Poetry. Pagan Poetry is incredible.
On October 23rd, 2001 03:26 pm (UTC), (Anonymous) replied:
In the new Zeddlenium
Geek maggot BInGo will recieve the CREDIT (http://www.livejournal.com/~nickzedd) it deserves
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On October 21st, 2001 10:33 pm (UTC), crossvector commented:
I've been waiting for Jeunet's next movie since I saw City of Lost Children on an nth-generation VHS copy and was immediately mesmerized.

*twiddles thumbs*
On October 22nd, 2001 04:17 am (UTC), ex_bjorn905 replied:
avec bill murré et richard dreyfaux
what about caro!!
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On October 24th, 2001 01:39 am (UTC), nomi replied:
Re: avec bill murré et richard dreyfaux
I wondered about Caro too.. what happened?
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On October 24th, 2001 01:45 am (UTC), nomi replied:
It has been years since I've seen City of Lost Children, I should rent it again soon.
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On October 23rd, 2001 02:10 am (UTC), eyean commented:
and i love montmartre... i hope we get english subtitles here... my french has gone down the drain...
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On October 24th, 2001 01:44 am (UTC), nomi replied:
Reminds me of going to see a movie in Belgium and half the screen was covered with subtitles in four different languages.
I hope that isn't the case for you. ;)
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On October 24th, 2001 01:56 am (UTC), eyean replied:
not really... well, once i called up this small downtown cinema, it was "central station do brasil" showing that night, my friend's didn't tell me it was version originale... there i was like bored turd watching the movie in brazilian-portuguese and the subtitles were in german and french and spanish... argh... visually i understood more like 20%...
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On October 26th, 2001 02:35 am (UTC), nomi replied:
lol my parents went to see Kolya at the theatre in Antwerp and it was in Czech with Flemmish subtitles. They said it was a good film. ;)
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On October 26th, 2001 03:04 am (UTC), eyean replied:
whoa... kolya, i liked that... made me think a crematorium quartet ain't that bad... ;)

hhhmmm... have you seen "la vie rêvée des anges" by erick zonca? augh... really good it stars elodie bouchez who happens to be my fave in jean-marc barr's "lovers"... there was one time that i got tired of french films, i dunno i just can't not love em... lol...

btw, can i add you on my friends list?

cheers lass
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On October 26th, 2001 02:46 pm (UTC), nomi replied:
I haven't seen "la vie rêvée des anges". I just looked it up and it seems very good. There have only been a few French films that I did not like. I do wonder how the translation to English can fail a movie, though. My fiancé is half French and he has said that many movies/books/songs have stronger meaning and beauty in their original French. Makes me curious.

Of course you can add me, I just looked through your journal and hope you don't mind my adding you too. :)
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On November 12th, 2001 03:43 pm (UTC), gael replied:
It *was* a good film. After a while, I forgot that I didn't know Czech because the acting and cinematography stood so well on its own. Surprisingly enough, neither of us felt as though we missed out on anything.
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On November 12th, 2001 04:24 pm (UTC), nomi replied:
I've heard good things about Kolya. Maybe I'll rent it with Max sometime.
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On October 23rd, 2001 01:28 pm (UTC), ex_snej373 commented:
Oooh, I had vaguely heard of this film but had no idea it was directed by Jeunet until I watched the preview just now.

Yow.

So what happened to his partner Caro?
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On October 24th, 2001 01:40 am (UTC), nomi replied:
It looks nice and escapist, just the thing I've been in the mood for recently.

I wish I knew what happend to Caro. Everyone seems to have the same question. Mystery.
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On November 10th, 2001 10:38 pm (UTC), nomi replied:
thanks, mystery solved. :)
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